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You should have been provided with an audio cable when you purchased the monitor, it is a standard male to male 3.5mm cable, possibly with green ends on it. One end will plug into the monitor, the other will plug into the speaker port on your computer, usually colour coded green
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Most monitors have an auto button try that first. If not there will be a menu button which brings up the on screen display + and - moves the selector and there is normally an enter button to the select which item you want to change then use the + and - to adjust.
This sounds more to me like you are experiencing problem with your video adapter than the monitor itself. Have you tried a different video card? If you have onboard graphics, you may have to disable it in BIOS inorder to install a new graphics card. Monitors usually either work or they don't. If it requires you to change modes and readjust resolution, it is probably the video card.
Try maplins i got one the other days for £24.99 they have a sale on at the moment, thats if you are in the UK of course...switching mode power supply model no. L11BQ, flung the box so can do any better than that im afraid