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Compaq D510 in a different case

Hi, when I received this computer and it didn't come with a case, I figured out where everything plugged in, except for the front microphone, if some one could please tell me where this plugs in it would be greatly apprenticed.

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Better look for the manual of your motherboard or download it from the internet so that you cannot mess it up.

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