Andre: Use a HDMI->DVI cable to get the video, and your tv should have an audio input (probably rca). The phillips that my md is connected to has 3 hdmi video ports and a RCA jack labled "HDMI 1"
I will tell you that after the install, when the configuration starts, if you have a black screen after the tones, try pressing "1" and waiting a few seconds. That's what I had to do to get a signal. Good luck. -Ruben
Thanks for the tip, I checked my TV's manual and it has a L/R audio in for HDMI 2 (the TV has 3 HDMI). Hopefully X3000 Intel card handle 1080p... because under Vista TV got very choppy through HDMI but runs fine through VGA.