Connecting Games Console To PC Or Laptop.

  imzy 17:52 13 Jul 07

Hi there.

I was wondering if it was easy, or even possible, to connect a Nintedo Gamecube to a PC or Laptop. I had a TV for the kids to play it on but it has given up so I thought I would save money, and more importantly space, by connecting to one of my machines.

I am in the precessing of buying a computer which has a TV card and a monitor with a DVI connction. My laptop is new but pretty basic but I wouldn't mind spending a little money on it if I could get the Cube to run on it.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

  Starfox 18:23 13 Jul 07

With the Gamecube just plug the lead that would usually go to the aerial in socket on the t.v into the aerial in socket of the t.v card in your pc.

If you want to retain the t.v picture as well you will have to use an aerial splitter.

Hope this makes sense?

  imzy 18:28 13 Jul 07

Easy as that is it? There I was worrying I would have to shell out money to make the conversion. THanks Starfox, I will try it when I get me new computer which, hopefully, will be any day now.

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