I don't think this guy is looking to play XBOX Live through his computer actually (though he may correct me) - I think he is asking how to have his XBOX and computer share the same display and the same internet connection.
This is the question I have (which is why I am reading this and similar threads in the first place): Does anyone have thoughts on whether it is better to run an XBOX on a computer monitor through a TV tuner card (higher price, more options, tougher install) or through an adapter (such as StarTech COMP2VGA Game-Console-To-PC-Monitor Adapter - less cost, fewer options, easy install, have to physically switch monitor cable back and forth if you want dual use).
I want to hook up my XBOX so I can run it through my computer monitor. I don't really want to have to switch my monitor cable back and forth between the adapter and my video card but then I don't know how flexible the tuner cards are in this regard either OR WHICH ONE TO GET. Prefer PCI if possible.
The main reason for asking is that I want to share the DSL connection and the monitor if possible. I have a Linksys router WRT54GS and compatible Linksys wireless PCI card if needed.
My system specs are smokin' for processing speed, power supply, video card, and memory; WinXP Home, monitor is Sony SDM-HS73.