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When i play movie files on the laptop andplug it into the plasma with vga cable and the cable for audio the movie plays but there is no sound on the plasma

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First check on laptop when u play the files sound comes or not.then check in plasma that not mute the sound.aslo check that u right attached jack of sound in laptop when u attach plasma onlky sound comes on plasma not on laptop.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector ]

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