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I am ... make that i want to get a faster processor for my laptop, but as I figured HP says that its unupgradeable... thats a big word :whistling:

Does anyone know if its possiable to upgrade them. or if its even a good idea?

HP Pavilion ze4930us is the model number. Let me know thanks :blink:
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Many laptop company's solder(ed) their CPU's into their motherboards. In otherwords leave the thing alone or else you'll fry it. Some people have been successful on removing them, I don't know how nor would I recommend anyone ever attempt it. It might not even be soldered, but upgrading a laptop isn't for the fair hearted, it's difficult and many time after alot of work they fail to boot. If HP says they are upgradeable, take their word for it.

Edited by james_8970, 23 April 2007 - 10:35 PM.

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