Playstation 2 (Component to VGA)

So guys you are really my last hope.
Im really desperate to play my PS2 on a PC-Monitor and i already tried 2 different HDMI Adapters(Good waste of 50 bucks) and none of them worked!
And yes i did everything.
Started without a disc.
Changed from RGB to ypbpr.

So i thought i try a component to VGA adapter(https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B01HNZPSUG/ref=ox_sc_act_title_4?smid=A30L2KD589ZCAC&psc=1)

Something like that.
And before i spent all my money again without any results i would like to ask you if this would even work.

I got a Samsung S22D300.
Im new around here so go easy on me, i dont know much about Hardware.
I hope you guys can help me out.
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  1. so you dont get video signal when you bootup with a game? and what games did you try
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  2. Just emulate the games: https://pcsx2.net/
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  3. lperreault21 said:
    so you dont get video signal when you bootup with a game? and what games did you try



    Either way. I dont get a signal when i boot it up with a game in it and i dont get a signal when i boot it up without anything.
    But i tried Red dead revolver and Metal gear Solid 3.
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  4. James Mason said:
    Just emulate the games: https://pcsx2.net/


    I just wanted an authentic way to play, the emulators are just way too laggy and buggy...
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  5. You can also try to get a PS3-1000, which has backwards compatibility with PS2 games so you can play them slightly upscaled and over hdmi and ect.
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  6. wallsofjerii said:
    lperreault21 said:
    so you dont get video signal when you bootup with a game? and what games did you try



    Either way. I dont get a signal when i boot it up with a game in it and i dont get a signal when i boot it up without anything.
    But i tried Red dead revolver and Metal gear Solid 3.


    oh, i misread, sry idk
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  7. James Mason said:
    You can also try to get a PS3-1000, which has backwards compatibility with PS2 games so you can play them slightly upscaled and over hdmi and ect.


    As far as i know those are really rare these days...but either way thats actually a good solution could you tell me which ps3 version is backwards compatible?
    I cant find anything under PS3-1000.
    Maybe if you can tell me how they look or which gb they usually have, that would be helpful.
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  8. https://support.us.playstation.com/articles/en_US/KC_Article/PS3-Model-and-Serial-Number-Location1

    Model Number | Hard Drive Capacity | USB Ports | Storage Media Slots | PlayStation 2 Software Compatibility | In Production
    CECHE01 | 80GB | 4 | Yes | Yes | No
    CECHE01MG | 80GB | 4 | Yes | Yes | No
    CECHA01 | 60GB | 4 | Yes | Yes | No
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