I have a question!

sKunkpep wrote on 1/5/2006, 2:24 PM
Hey thanks for all the help on my last post, but i found out that i had the right thing anyways i just didnt use it right. I have my xbox connected to my computer so i can see it threw the monitor instead of the tv, but it gets alittle choppy so is there a way to have my monitor and my tv connected to my computer and be able to see my game on the tv and computer, i know my teachers at school have them, but i need help finding them on the web.


winrockpost wrote on 1/5/2006, 3:30 PM
...........i know my teachers at school have them, but i need help finding them on the web.

Better ask them or go on a xbox forum

also ask your teacher the difference between threw,, and through
Geoff Edwards wrote on 1/5/2006, 3:57 PM
Also, I really don't want to sound snarky but try to be a little more descriptive in your subject line. Then people are more inclined to want to read your post and offer suggestions. Cheers.
B.Verlik wrote on 1/6/2006, 1:48 AM
This is where you'll need one of those expensive Analog to Digital Converters that uses Firewire. Or else split all your video/audio signals (like a radio shack video splitter) between your computer and TV, which won't give very good results. (weakens the signal to each, unless amplified)
PumiceT wrote on 1/6/2006, 7:00 AM
Bad / unclear / vague subject lines are horrrrrible on forums. This is one of the few forums that I am on that the members usually get this right. The "Subject" field should probably be put AFTER the body field, and renamed "3-10 Word Summary."
dand9959 wrote on 1/6/2006, 11:56 AM
Oh, I don't know. I was kind of charmed by this subject. Very MLK.