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No audio when connecting Aspire 5315-2326 to TV.

When connecting my Aspire 5315-2326 to the tv through 4to4 pin S Video cable I get video but no sound. Tv is 4 pin Lptp is 7. What connection and/or setting is required to have the sound go to tv as well? Have headphone and mic jacks on front of lptp & RedYelWhite on TV. The TV is JVC projection...Haven't looked in back for pc connection but suspect there is one...Laptop also has 15 pin on left side.....

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Use a cable out of the headphone jack with an adapter to the red and white (left and right) audio jacks of your TV.

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