Ok people lesson 101 in domestic uk video signals. the scart connector was designed so that tv’s didn’t need different plugs on the back for all the different video & audio signals with different connections. ( that is now obsolete due to dvi, vga etc ) its just a connector it dosn’t make different signals compatible. ie my car has a connector for fuel but it runs on petrol = putting diesel into it won’t work just cause i can physically put the connector in! so with that in mind: signal types
Composite: all picture information in one signal. ( standard video use, usually a yellow phono connector )
Component: Separate red, green and blue (RGB), and separate sync ( -H-V ) signal. ( usually scart – scart, and scart to phono tails ie 4 phono conectors r,g,b & HV
VGA: separate R G B as above BUT Separate H & V Sync so 5 signals not 4. there for not directly compatible with scart. also the H & V sync settings have to be compatible with the display.
So the upshot is you cant just use a cable to connect a VGA signal to a TV ( Component or not ) But there are signal converters out there. such as the one posted above. there are also cables with built in converters. But be aware that the tv will have to support component RGB H-V- signal and you will have to play around with the graphic settings to get a working signal, which may not be possible with hardware limitations.
For more info goto: http://www.nexusuk.org/projects/vga2scart/