Colors on composite cables and where they plug in

I need to plug in a red yelow white composite cord but there is no spot for the yelow and i cant get a clue what to do. the tv is a philips and it has ports in the botom of the tv but i dont know which ones to plug in at. Also, I don't know how to get to the channel/ scren for games. I need help!
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  1. The exact model of your monitor would have been helpful! Here are some links that might be helpful: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Component_video and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composite_video
  2. Someone will need to confirm this as I've never seen that connection used for a PC before but doesn't he just need a scart plug if his TV doesn't have the individual Composite video and audio connections?
  3. Darkoil said:
    Someone will need to confirm this as I've never seen that connection used for a PC before but doesn't he just need a scart plug if his TV doesn't have the individual Composite video and audio connections?


    Professional monitors have composite / component input, but no scart. A VGA-to-component cable is the right here.
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