Everyone so far is correct you have all understood my problem which is: Video Card does not support audio encoding into an HDMI Signal and neither does the motherboard because the computer is from mid-2006 and the video card is early-2007 purchase date. Yes my regular PC Monitor is a fossil from 2006 B.C. and it came with the computer, it gets the job done.
Therefore what kind of device do I need to take the DVI-I and the Audio Outputs, plug them both into one side of the device with the result of a nice fully encoded HDMI A/V Signal out the other.
The reason I want to do this is because the 37" Television I would like to hookup to is hung on the wall and the PC port is in the rear. The home theater is a good 4 feet to the side. So in order to hook up the computer I have to go behind the TV, get the VGA plug screwed-in, then go over and setup the audio separately, then I have cords all over the front of my living room and it looks like crap. I could just leave the VGA plug in the Television but it wont stay up out of sight unless I were to screw a hook into the wall to wrap it around or Duct tape it to the back of the TV when not in use.
Edited by bigalexe, 02 October 2009 - 10:57 AM.