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My XBox 360 plays video but has no sound

A few days ago my 360 stopped playing sound on the HDTV setting for movies and games, but the sound works on the normal setting, and the video is working fine on both settings.

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Put the Hd video cable in the slot and put the regular audio cables in their slot. It should work then.

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