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hi, I would like to be able to communicate with real time audio on the internet (in lieu of  
long distance telephone calls). I have a macintosh performa 6115cd, with 80mhtz. processer, 28mb ram and approx. 300mb
hard disk space. my computer has a microphone input jack (3.5mm stereo), and i have a microphone.I cannot find "system
av" anywhere on my hard drive. If anyone can let me know whether what i want to do is possible with this computer, and what i need if it is possible, i would be very appreciative. thank you.
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You have three real choices. Neither of which are going to work especially fabulously on that computer given its slower processor speed but this is the best youve got. All you need for these utilities is a microphone. You shouldnt need System AV. If you find theyre not working for you youre probably missing the sound enabler which you will be able to install from your system CD.

http://www.vocaltec.com/mac/web/macframe.htm
http://www.clearphone.com/dlclear.html#mac
http://www.really-easy.com/support_public/mac_support.html
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