First of all, there are (complicated) ways to do anything, but this is in general.
You can get convertor boxes from VGA to HDMI, but you can't just use a straight cable, as VGA is Analogue, and HDMI is digital.
You might be able to use a VGA to DVI-A connector if your TV supports it (there are two main types of DVI, this only works with DVI-Analogue).
VGA will not carry the sound, even on a convertor box or DVI cable.
If your TV has VGA then you can always use a VGA cable to connect them for picture, and a 3.5mm (headphone jack) to 2x Phono (on your TV) to give you the audio. (This cable will cost you between £1 and £4 depending on length from a local computer shop I can't name)
Hope that helps, pm me if you need a hand.
Edited by Mark (13th Nov 2012 4:24pm)
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