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Hp dv7 model-1334us parts replacement


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Danielporsh911

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Hello guys so im new here and i have a question for all ok so i have a Hp dv7 model-1334us and so i want to replace my graphics card and i need some place that i can go to that will buy the parts and change them for me for a cost like best buy geeks but i need to make sure that first they are legit and second they will do it for me no matter what. also i need my hard drive replaced and i got to a site called crucial and they say that this is a solid state hard drive that i can use what do they mean like i can just replace my normal hard drive with this solid state and it will work? (http://www.crucial.c...46A2F4DA5CA7304). and also there is the ram ok so here is the link. (http://www.crucial.c...11DA920A5CA7304). and i dont know if i should spend all this money on this laptop or i should just take all the money and build myself a nice desktop and sell this computer. tell me what you guys think please i need help and i need it fast.
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The "graphics card" in most laptops is integrated into the motherboard.

Crucial.com is reputable vendor.

The Crucial M500 240GB SSD is $10.00 cheaper at Newegg.com: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820148694

Crucial's recommended RAM is guaranteed to work in your system.
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