Hi James, Jasor31385
1. Maybe the easiest workaround is to use a audio cable if the TV set has a audio in that can be paired to that HDMI input.
2. Or Something like this:Example of what to look for only
StarTech.com VGA to HDMI Video Converter with Audio
Mfg. Part number: VGAHD2HDMI
The VGA2HDMI VGA HD to HDMI video converter with Audio allows you to convert an analog RCA audio signal and VGA video to a single HDMI cable. A great way to adapt your PC video signal enabling you to view multimedia content from your computer on your HDTV the way it was meant to be seen and heard.
This HD15/VGA (with RCA Audio) to HDMI format converter is a great way to wow your audience with the full power of digital content, supporting input resolutions of up to 1080p for HD and 1600x1200 for PC. The VGAHD2HDMI device also supports converting a Component signal to HDMI using the included Component to VGA adapter cable.
You would probably need to get a computer to RCA audio cable too.
3. A VGA to Component converter with audio in.
4. A different video card.
Edited by rotor123, 03 April 2012 - 05:29 PM.