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I have a dell optiplex 60 How can I hook this up to TV using rca cables plus adapter? I just want to watch movies off the hard drive.

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  • Jon May 30, 2010

    My old computer does not have rca outputs or s-video, It does have 3 small headphone type of plugs colered blue, yellow and pink. 2 of wich I asume are for microphone and headphones. I do have rca inputs on my vcr.

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Does your TV have a VGA input? Does your Video card have RCA output?

If one or the other is true ... you can probably do whata you want.

Posted on May 30, 2010

  • A Miller May 30, 2010

    You will need a video card that outputs RGB signal ...



    You are identifying a mike input ... speaker out put and a headphone output ... probably.

  • A Miller May 30, 2010

    I don't get it ... I gave you good advice for a question you asked ... you later changed the criteria of the question ... (where did the VCR come in?) and you rate me not helpful. You identify your computer as OLD ... if it is old ... and does not have TV readable output ... it will have to be upgraded to that capability. Simple.



    If you want to view movies (which are delivered in VCR format, DVD format and downloadable) you have a DVD player, a VHS and a computer - why don't you concentrate on what you CAN do instead of what you might be able to do at great additional expense. Why put the movies on your hard drive (which take tons of resources) so you can see a movie on your TV.



    Your negative rating is unjustified.



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