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When connected to my Philips 47PFL7422 tv via HDMI cable I get video but no audio. When connected via the VGA port I get both audio and video,

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The VGA cable is strictly just for video so the sound is received thru an analogue (RCA) cable. HDMI is an combined digital link but the video card delivers only the video - you must tell the tv from where to get the sound (use the analogue connection already in place) This is done in the menu.

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