I should also have said that the advise says "PC Capture Card, Connect one end of the cable (RCA with yellow connections) to the Video-in on the capture card, connect the other end of the cable to the Video-out port your VCR" As I do not have a Video-out port on the VCR, I am using a scart socket with Yello White Red ports, but with no luck!
It may be that your scart adaptor is built to take signals into the VCR. some pins of the scart connector are for input & some are for output. Some of these adaptors have a switch to change them between input and output. Yours may be an "input only" version. Type scart into a search engine for a pin diagram.
Thanks Blartfast, I have it plugged in to AV1 In/ Out socket, the actual connecter is an Out connector, I did not know there was a difference!
I think I am getting confused with the connections to the PC!
On the Scart connector there are three ports, red, yellow and white. The "Capture" card, where my monitor is plugged in is a Gainward? It has a small nine pin video socket, the adapter cable that plugs into that has four outlets, two yellow, two red.
I bought a cable from Maplins, Red Yellow white connectors at one end (for the scart), and yellow with just one black male pin at the other?
I assume that the black pin is audio left and right?
I have connected the yellow "scart" lead to the yellow Gainward video socket, and the black pin to the Line in port on the mother board?
But where does the co axial and the win tv card come into it all???