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Cannot find built in microphone on laptop HP Compac no 6120

I can hear the other person on google chat crystal clear but they can only hear background noise & my breathing. Can you please help me resolve this problem.

Thanking you in advance.

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This model hp compaq nc6120 pc notebook has NO built-in mic. I read it on the manufactures website in the "reviews" section. But it does have a port where you can connect an external mic and it will work "BEAUTIFULLY" The port is on the right side of the laptop next to the dvd/cd drive.

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