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Do you want to just directly hook up the 360 to the TV? If so, check to make sure your TV supports component cables, which are color coded red, blue, and green.
If it's a recently purchased tv (maybe no later than say 4 years ago), it should support it.
Simply connect the cables to their respective inputs based on the matching colors.
Since it's going to be directly connected to the TV, change the Input using your remote to Component. (This button's usually located near the bottom or middle of your remote control.) Hope that helps, sort of :/ wish I had a clearer picture of the back of your TV so I can see what I'm dealing with lol.
I am not an xbox person, but as far as hooking it up, it should work as long as the other device is NOT powered up. That being said you will still have to provide audio from the xbox another way as dvi only carries a video signal, unlike the hdmi which carries both audio and video.
HI, Your LG LCD monitor has a white DVI connector for connecting the signal cable.
You would reqire either an HDMI to DVI(male connector cable for the xbox) so that you can hook the hdmi cable to the xbox and other end to your monitor. The cable would look something like this http://hardware.teamxbox.com/reviews/xbox-360/40/Xbox-360-VGA-HD-AV-Cable/p1/