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You need to connect an external set of speakers to the Audio output of the harddrive, as you put it. At the rear, or some other convenient place you should find a set of at least three, "Jacks" locate the "Green" output Jack, and use that to feed the powered speakers, you then will be able to hear sounds....
Check that the signal cable from the computer is firmly connected and that there are no bent pins in either end. If the trouble continues, the problem is in the monitor itself. Given the low replacement cost, it's uneconomical to try repairing these.
You may have a bad regulator or a bad mercury bulb. Testing either requires a professional with the right equipment. This area contains high frequency current. The mercury bulb is extremely delicate and has to be disposed of properly. I would suggest taking this to a pro.
Right click the desktop - select graphic properties - you should have the option to stretch to fit or something like that. This could also be that your resolution doesnt match your monitor. usual wide screen monitor defaults are 1280/1024 or 1400/1068.. have a mess around and alter these - see which one fits.
The speakers are not supposed to plug into the monitor, they will plug into the speaker jack on the back of your computer (usually a green plug or it will have a picture of a speaker next to it)
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