Dell :: Upgrade Processor On An Inspiron 9300
I recently checked prices of laptop processors and found a 3.06ghz Pentium 4-M (socket 478, 533 fsb) for $55. This is the right socket, and I know the Inspiron 9300 can handle a 533 fsb, but is this processor going to work? I'm currently running the 1.6ghz at 533 fsb.
I know this processor was never an option for the 9300, hence the concern, but if it'll work for $55 why not? And, if it doesn't work, what is the highest I can move up to?
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Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Processor Upgrade?
I'm using a Pentium M (730) 1.6 GHz processor. For the moment instead of buying a new laptop I'm interested in upgrading the processor.
The Bios shows that it can detect and appears to be able to use a dual core processor but none of the 9300's were ever sold that way.
The motherboard uses a m-FCPGA socket. Does anyone know or has tried to use a dual core processor in this motherboard? I'm even curious as a project but,
if someone has info/data on this I would truly appreciate the info. I have a 250 GHz harddrive and 2GHz on the RAM. Looking to speed this thing up a bit before finally putting her out to pasture.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 HDD Upgrade
I have an Inspiron 9300 with an 80GB IDE hdd. I have recently succesfully upgraded the RAM to 2gb. Im now looking to upgrade the HDD and would like to go for the Western Digital WD3200BEVE (320GB). I know there is something about the need to partition it as XP only sees up to 130GB but I also read somewhere that if you download HD Tune and if the 48 bit address box is checked then it will see the whole drive. As Im a bit of a newbie to all this, does that mean I can just pop the 320gb drive in and my system will see it straight away or will I have to partition it with no partition larger than 130GB?
Also does anyone know if the WD3200BEVE is the best one to go for in terms of performance and storage size?
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 RAM Upgrade
Been looking at newegg lately and RAM is crraaazy cheap. I've been meaning to upgrade my RAM to 2 GB.
Currently I have a:
1.83 ghz processor
1 GB RAM
256 mb GO geforce graphics card
I play games quite frequently so the RAM would be great. However, I've never upgraded my memory or computer as a matter of fact before.
My question is, how much RAM will my computer support. Should I opt to go for a 2 GB (2x1 GB), 4 GB (2x2GB), or 2 GB of 1 stick of RAM and keep 512 mb of my Dell RAM to try and get 2.5 gb of RAM? Is the last option feasible?
Dell :: Hard Drive Upgrade For An Inspiron 9300?
I've got an Inspiron 9300 that I bought in 2004. Now, I know that it's a bit outdated (it's processor is an Intel Pentium M 1.86) with a 100gb hard drive.
My question is is it possible to get a bigger compatible hard drive in the computer's slot? I'm almost full with music (that I've copied from my CDs) and family photos, etc. so it would be handy to have more space to work with.
It's still in good shape. The warrantee just ran out a year ago and I've got a bunch of newer expensive parts (screen, heat sinks, heat fans, etc.) so it's likely worth my while if such a hard drive is available.
My computer might last another three or four years without having to need serious costly repairs making it best to simply buy a newer one. (I'm keeping all of my necessary files on a 320 gb USB drive in case that happens.)
Dell :: Inspiron 1545 Processor Upgrade
I just bought a inspiron 1545 and after buying it I have a little bit of buyers remorse concerning the processor. I opted for the Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 at 2.1Ghz, but now I think I would have been better off with a faster processor as I am planning on keeping this laptop for as long as possible.
The two processors within my budget that I am looking to upgrade to are:
P8700 (2.53Ghz) (currently an option for the inspiron 1545 configuration)
My question is whether or not the inspiron 1545 can handle these processors? I know that on the spec page for the inspiron 1545 it says that it can handle any core 2 duo. I just want to make sure that is true. I tried asking a dell tech person but he was unsure/didn't really know anything.
In addition, would I be able to upgrade to a P9700 if I wanted to?
Dell :: How To Switch Your Inspiron 9300 WUXGA LCD Into An Inspiron 9400P
Guide to Switching your Inspiron 9300/M170 WUXGA into the Inspiron 9400/M1710:
You can't simply replace the display screens. The instructions below must be followed for your screen to work properly.
- Small Phillips (I used #0 Phillips)
- Either 2 monitors (9400 and 9300) or part #YPNL-N017B (Google the # to buy it).
Step 1: Remove the display assembly. Dell has an excellent guide for this on their website.
[url] Click on Display)
Step 2: Remove the LCD Bezel (the gray trim around the screen). This requires removing the screws under the circular pads. I used a small flathead to pry open the bezel.
Step 3: Remove the 8 screws around the sides of the LCD. This will make it so your screen can be taken out. Do not worry about any screws on the top, they are for other things.
Step 4: At the bottom of the screen, there is a green circuit board. On the left side, you will see a screw holding the wire down. Remove this.
Step 5: Remove the LCD screen from the case.
Step 6: Look at the bottom circuit board again. This is the board we need to swap! Disconnect the 2 connections on the board. There should be on on the bottom and one on the side that is white.
Step 7: There will be 3 silver screws holding the circuit to the screen. Remove these screws. Note: This requires a very small phillips. I used a #0 Phillips to do the trick.
Step 8: Repeat steps 1-7 for your other monitor OR if you don't have another monitor...you will need to buy an inverter chip. The mfg # is YPNL-N017B. If you google that number, you should find a bunch of sites willing to sell it.
Step 9: Simply swap the bottom circuit boards between monitors or insert the new one that you bought.
Step 10: Follow steps 1-7 in reverse to reconnect everything back up! Before screwing everything back up. I suggest you plug it in first to test it out.
Congratulations. Your WUXGA LCD will now work properly on the Inspiron 9400. For anyone wondering, you MUST replace the bottom circuit board or the brightness controls will not work. You brightness will be stuck at the lowest setting and nearly impossible to see.
Dell :: My Old Inspiron 9300
BEEN a While and A long time...
I currently order a Pentium M 735 1.7 Ghz 400FSB to overclock up to 2.26Ghz@533Mhz. Still waiting on shipping. Anyways, I am looking forward about upgrade my GPU Go 6800 OCed 370Mhz/700Mhz to Go 7800 (NON-GTX).
Yeah, GTX one is pricey for me.
I am wondering does the Non GTX version of Go 7800 still need 130Watts Adapter?
I did a lot of search all I could find is people talks about 7800GTX version.
In my thought I think 6800 to 7800 different is more pipelines and pixel fill rates and etc and the power needed is the same. Right?
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Dell :: Inspiron 9300 To TV
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Dell :: Pinmod On Inspiron 9300
I'm looking to upgrade my 9300. I currently have the 1.6GHz 533FSB Pentium M and I'm looking to move to the 1.6GHz 400FSB pin modded to 2.13GHz.
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Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Stuck At 800 Mhz
So speedtstep is enabled in bios and it says its running at the minimum which is 800 mhz and it shows a maximum of 1.8 ghz. I am running A05 bios.
I have tried all the different power settings in windows and they do not change it. I try running a few games and programs and it still sits at 800 mhz. I think something is messed up and don't know how to fix it.
Anyone know what I can do to see if the speedstep is working correctly so Im actually using my cpu to its max when needed.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Won't Come Out Of Hibernate
I put my Inspiron 9300 into hibernate this morning, tried to wake it back up and all I'm getting aftet the Dell logo and status bar (POST) is a black screen with a blinking cursor in the left corner.
When I hit the Play button on the front of the notebook, it brings up the Dell Media Direct logo screen, but nothing happens.
When I boot with my XP CD and go to the recovery console, I can see the hard drive and files, though I can't access most folders because I get an Access Denied message.
I tried booting from my flash drive, but when I do, the flash drive is recognized as the c: drive and the hard drive isn't listed.
I also tried unplugging my laptop and battery and held down the power button for a few minutes to discharge any electricity. No luck.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 And Acroniis
My Dell Inspiron 9300 laptop has Windows XP Pro with all three SP packs, 80GB Harddrive 1 GB RAM, NVIDIA Geeforce GO 6800, 3 Partitions of 7.3GB, 2.8GB and 2.86GB - all showing plenty of free memory- with a number of peripherals - printers,
USB attachments etc available through a small network.
I have been using, successfully, Acronis True Image version 11, but I am unable to instal the latest upgrade version, True Image 2009.
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Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Fan Noise
Both the fans of my Inspiron 9300 make a lot of noise. Previously in order to reduce noise I tried to completely remove the fans and cleaned them with compressed air.
At that time I found it weird that they did not make much noise when they rotated (pretty fast) because of the compressed air. The fans keep making the same amount of noise.
I notice that if I apply some pressue next to the keyboard where the fans are located the noise emitted changes.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Reinstall
I am helping a friend reinstall XP on his several year old Inspiron 9300. He doesn't recall an XP install disc coming with the machine (he just called Dell and they side he doesn't need one).
Since I have extra XP install discs/licenses, could I just use a retail disc to reinstall and then get the drivers from Dell's site
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Just Stoped Working
My computer was working fine last night, shut the lid and went to bed. Woke up hit the power button and I have blue screen. Restarted and now have blank black screen. I have a XP cd I try to put it in and nothing happens. I want to boot by cd but it wont. Cant figure out how to get into setting to change order for bios. I hit F8 and that works and tried all the options and no go, still blank black. I would wipe it out and start over If I could. Nothing new was installed. It was fine last night and today it woke up nasty!?
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 & Sharp FH1 HD Camcorder
New to the forum and after a bit of advice, I have a:
4 Year old
Dell Inspiron 9300
1GB RAM, just ordered a 2GB upgrade which should arrive today
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Intel Pentium processor 1.86 GHz
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Dell :: Inspiron 9300: 6800Go To X300
the nVidia 6800Go (Dell part 0W5373, I guess) video card on my Inspiron 9300 has stopped working properly.
I've ran Dell Diagnostics and it reported an error code "5300: 0119", which suggests that the video memory is damaged.
Now I'm wondering whether I can put an ATI X300 (Dell part 0W5379) found on ebay in place of my fried video card.
The X300 is much cheaper than the 6800Go and I'm not interested in performance at the moment, I just want to fix my laptop.
Would that be compatible?
In the end that ATI card has been extracted from another Inspiron 9300...
Dell :: Upgrading Inspiron 9300 Mobo
I have an inspiron 9300 and a precision m90. my m90 has the t7200 and is vastly superior to the now aging 9300. the chasis are very similar and the mobos look exactly the same, dimension wise, minus one minor detail, the rear usb ports are farther apart on the m90 mobo, not by much but just enough to be irksome and cast doubt.
has anyone tried to upgrade the 9300 mobo and have they tried it with the m90 mobo? I can live w/o that pair of usb ports next to quadrupling the performance.
ulimately, I am trying to save the great monitor and in great condition 9300 chasis and upgrade the mobo/processor/ram.
what have you tried, learned, and/or recommend to get the 9300 upgraded to close to or better than the m90 with t7200?
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Hard Drive
I've been looking everywhere for an answer to this question and can't find it. I have an Inspiron 9300 (old.. I know), and it still works great for everything I need it to do, except one thing. I have no storage space at all.
I've been looking at throwing in a new HD, preferably as large as possible.
The only problem is all the conflicting things I hear about these systems.
First off, I know that mine is an ATA model, not SATA. I'm definitely looking for storage space above all else. So whats the biggest drive this laptop will support? I've been looking at this one (Western Digital 250 GB 5400 RPM), but I've heard things about the bios only allowing hard drives up to a certain size.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 WUXGA Screen On M90
I moved my WUXGA 9300 screen to my new M90. It works okay and looks gorgeous, but it's 'off' position is solid white. Meaning when the screen turns 'off' it goes to solid white.
Anyone know why this is happening or what I could do?
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Dell :: Updated My Inspiron 9300 With A 7800
I updated the graphics card for my Inspiron 9300.. Lots of money, and lots of time wasted, and now I'm having huge issues with my laptop. First off, I ended up buying two Dell AC adapters (both rev02) and with both I get an incompatibility error when I start my laptop.. Now, I get around this by unplugging the AC and pluging it back when I'm inside windows... good enough
Well, now I have another problem. In windows, if I were to even drag a window and pan it around, I would lose my display .. I would get these diagonal patterns covering my screen. and then after a few seconds the screen turns pitch black.. I've tried different things and everytime I seem to get the same result.
The drivers that I'm using for the 7800 is the ones recommended here for the initial installation of the card.. I've also tried others but to no avail.
I've flashed my bios more than twice but the same result.
I've even bought a new 9 cell battery even though I already had one to begin with(but it was functionally weird)
7800 card: [url]
pentium 2.13(something like that)
2gigs of ram
initial graphics card was geforce 6800
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Power Issues
I have a Inspiron 9300 notebook and when I push the power button the system will show 3 lights (caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock) then shuts off in 2-3 seconds. I did notice the scroll lock stays lit just a little longer.
I have removed all components including battery and running straight from power adaptor (which is good) and still same issue. There are no beep codes for missing memory. I walked through Dell's online process but it did not really indicate what the issue was .....
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Motherboard Not Starting
During reassembling my Inspiron 9300 (to upgrade the cpu) I did something wrong and now the laptop refuses to turn on. Instead of normal booting when I get the "power on" pressed the power led starts blinking frequently (2.5 blinks a second). Nothing more happens (fans, hard dirive, etc. don't start).
I tried turing it on with adapter, with battery or with both - the same result. I tried reassembling it again with the previous CPU - the same result. I tried swapping memory modules but it didn't help either.
Dell :: Gut Inspiron 9300 Refill New XPS Boards?
Surely someone has managed to replace the motherboard, bus, bios, and processor,etc., to use the laptop body, screen (new, replaced 1920x1200), power supply/baterry and video card, etc.) !
Seems like with a little extra soldering work it should be possible to recycle the big parts of the 9300
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Battery Will Not Charge
My initial thoughts were that I had a battery issue the Ion battery. So I went to dell and purchased a new battery 2 weeks ago. Plugged that guy in and my theory was a bust.
Next, I turned to the ac adapter and decided it must be the problem. Back to dell to drop some more $$$ - just arrived and...well, let's just say I wouldn't be writing to this post if that solved my problem. I have surfed through various other posting will no avail.
The laptop can run fine on just the ac power - just no juice is getting to the battery to recharge it. I went into the BIOS set-up and it stated that it did not recognize the ac adapter -
can't figure why that may be the case, but none of the less I've got nothing but Dell products here - no knock-offs. Any suggestions or theories? I just can't believe I could have a bad motherboard here - the laptop works great otherwise.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 And Vostro 1700
First, for any Vostro 1700 owners: anyone done a dual-250GB config either factory or upgrade?
Second, how far can I take my non-SATA 9300? I've been reading some of the parts-swap threads and getting some ideas, as shown in my sig. What's the top CPU I can drop in, and was there a 9300/XPSGen2-compatible (well, retrofittable, anyway) version of a GeForce Go 7800GTX? Also, anyone using Sound Blaster Audigy Software Edition on one of these big beasts?
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Screen Crapped Out, Pic Included
in the past few months i noticed some minor screen snowing that went away with time or repower of the system. while using pc tonight the screen all the sudden crapped out. don't know if i should replace the part or just sell it as is for scrap
the bar also changes color and is there regardless (bio, safe mode, normal ...)
i haven't hook it up to an external monitor because it's kind a hassle this late but will try tomorrow
bios still a04 since the battery died 4 year ago and i'm too cheap to buy one since it's plugged in 24/7
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Wireless Will Not Work No Matter What
I have a Dell Inspiron 9300. I love the laptop. I bought it back in 2003 or 2004... can't remember! It's been a while!
Anyways... I always had problems with the wireless internet. When I purchased the unit, the wireless would keep dropping speeds and lose connections randomly. I read around some forums and I swapped out the Intel 2200 wireless card for a Atheros 5001 card.
No luck. Tried maybe 6 different drivers, changed many settings, and rebooted countless times. Still could not connect to the internet at all. The swap put me in a worse situation than before
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Users Running Win 7? Problems!
I totally wiped out my drive and started anew on my 9300. Most of my hardware drivers were accounted for. But, I'm missing sound, wireless, Fn+X keyboard shortcuts, and (most importantly) my ATI X300, which may as well not exist because Windows sure isn't recognizing it.
I haven't been able to get online with it yet, so I'm not sure how many of these problems I can clear up by searching with 7's troubleshooting tools.
Of course, ATI doesn't have official Vista drivers for the X300. Has anyone worked around Dell's OEM drivers, or have those been fine for you?
I really wanted to make it a nice cable/OTA HD Media Center, but I especially need my video card up and running for that.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 :: Is My Hard Drive Starting To Go?
Over the past couple of days my Inspiron 9300 has been acting quite strange... Let me start by saying once an app is open it runs perfectly... Now here are the areas I am noticing issues:
1. Its very slow in start up or coming back from Standby/Hibernation.
2. opening the "start" menu and browsing round the apps is slow
3. my network adapter lost my profile with all of my locations and logins.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300. Bad Temperature Can Mobo Be Fixed
I have an Inspiron 9300 that recently started having 100% CPU usage all of the time. After a lot of wild goose chases, the reason turns out to be that 3 out of 4 of its temperature sensors (CPU, Video, and soDimm) think that it is 255 degrees C inside the unit.
Error Code 3900-0626
Msg: Temperature Sensor out of range, temp=255C, min=10C, max=100C
As a result, the CPU steps down to preserve itself. I get perhaps 250MHz core speed rather than the 1.6 GHz the unit is rated for.
In any event, all other hardware diagnostics are fine, the machine runs ok (though very slow), and is otherwise healthy.
The Dell guys say that I need a new Motherboard, but I was wondering the following?
1) Whether the thermistors can be replaced by a shop that does motherboard repair
2) If getting an XPS Gen 2 mobo is worth a try. Would I still have to get new batteries, bios, etc if I planned to keep my existing graphics card? Can I do it without spending too much more money now that I would have to spend anyway on a stock mobo?
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Screen Swap With 9400
I'm trying to repair a 9300 with a radeon x300 video card in it - after the LCD panel died.
I've tried two panels to replace it, a WUXGA and a WXGA both from a 9400 - both panels are tested, and known to be absolutely working, as are the inverters.
In the 9300, the LCDs work, but the backlight doesn't come on, so they are effectively useless. I've tried them with all combinations of inverters, the ones specifically for those screens, then swapped around, and then changed for the original 9300 WUXGA inverter - nothing makes any difference, even though all parts are tested and working in a 9400.
The machine works fine with an external monitor, and in-a-sense works fine with the LCD panels - the output is working fine both ways, just not the backlight.
I've just never heard of a backlight problem on the card, only ever the inverter or backlight. The fact that the card was working fine before the old panel died also makes me doubt a problem there (and the old panel was an LCD problem, not a backlight problem).
Unfortunately, an LCD panel with no backlight at all is unusable, as it's almost impossible to see anything at all - much worse than a dim backlight. You have to hold it at the right angle, in the right lighting conditions, and squint
I've just tried flashing to the latest A05 system bios, and the latest ATI video bios from Dell, and that hasn't helped. Is there some good reason that 9400 panels aren't compatible with a 9300, or have I got a video card with dead backlight output?
The video card is the only thing I can think of, but it was working fine before the old panel died, and I've never heard of symptoms like this.
I don't have a working panel from a 9300 to test with, and can't afford to risk buying another panel, also replacement cards for the 9300 are like hens teeth.
Dell :: 17" 9300 Hard Drive Upgrade
Dell 9300 upgrade question.
Bought a Dell 9300 couple years ago and I'm wondering if upgrading my hard drive from 5400 to a 7200 rpm will I notice a big enough boost in performance to justify the purchase?.
and second will this work in my laptop?
HITACHI Travelstar 7K200 HTS722020K9SA00 (0A50940) 200GB 7200 RPM SATA 1.5Gb/s found on this page »www.newegg.com/Product/ProductLi···7200+RP
or can someone suggest another hard drive?.
Dell :: 9300/XPS2250GB Hard Disk Upgrade
Western Digital Scorpio WD2500BEVE 250GB 5400 RPM 8MB Cache ATA-6 Notebook Hard Drive - OEM
There are no reviews on newegg and
it does not exist on the Western Digital website.
Is this thing for real?
An SATA150 version has been out for a while with excelent reviews.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 On Board Keyboard No Longer Recognized
I'm hoping this is in the right area.
I have a Dell Inspiron 9300 It's upgraded about as far as it can go. I use a desktop for the occasional gaming or rendering but this is my daily driver.
The issue. I took it apart the other day to see if my screen hinge could be replaced and to install a DVD burner. Now it no longer recognizes the onboard/integrated keyboard. It still recognizes the touch pad but not the keyboard. I went as far to buy a whole new OEM keyboard. Still nada.
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 Replacement Board Can I Downgrade The Bios?
this is my first post so a quick hi to all of you and thankyou for many solutions in the past which have spanned from this forum.
Well i have had to bite the bullet and register so i can ask you guys for help...the story goes...
Ok i receive a laptop Dell Inspiron 9300 from a friend who has dropped it (well he says the kid knocked it off the couch and then to add insult to injury he followed it over and landed on it) well needless to say i diagnosed that the motherboard had failed as i ran the system from a barbones state to rule out any hardware failures. So i ordered a replacement board from the big old bad Ebay guy that hangs around the internet...So i rebuild the laptop plug it all in and turn it on.. so far so good i see the Dell logo and select to enter the bios to which i see "entering setup"... now instead of going into the setup i receive only this...
"The ac power adapter cannot be determined. The system can only boot with a 130w power adapter or greater" .....
Dell :: Inspiron 9300 NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800, Windows 7 Drivers
i have Dell Inspiron 9300 With Nvidia Graphics card
I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate
From Device Manager:
NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800
Driver Provider: NVIDIA
Driver Date : 3/6/2009
Driver Version : 126.96.36.19967
Digital Signer: Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility
On scanning from Nvidia website:
Product : NVIDIA GeForce Go 6800
Current Installed Driver : 179.67
Latest Driver Update :
The manufacturer of this system requires that you download the driver for your GPU from their support site .....
Dell :: Spare Parts Source For Studio 1737 And Inspiron 9300
Dell's parts people are idiots-1 hour on hold then "Ah yes...we have a Logitech wireless USB keyboard for only $54.99 and it will be compatible with your 1737"
I need to source the following parts:
Backlit Keyboard.(Found a refurb keyboard for $90..that can't be right)
Bluetooth card (Dell wanted $35)
New keyboard (Dell wanted $45)
Power jack(I will solder to the mb)
Dell :: Processor Upgrade
if it is possible to upgrade my Studio 1535's processor (Intel C2D T5750, 2.0GHz). I cheaped out on most of the parts when I first bought this thing, as I was somewhat strapped for cash, so I went with the bare-minimum processor, but now I think I can do better.
So, is it possible to replace my processor? If so, what are some compatible models? I'm looking for at least 2.4GHz, for the record.
Dell :: Looking To Upgrade My Processor
I was looking through some of my spare parts the other day and I came across a Pentium M 2.13GHz processor I removed from an old laptop I had a while back. The only problem is it was just thrown in a drawer with some other laptop parts, where its sat for about a year.
I was just wondering if anything bad could come from using it in my laptop since it hasn't been stored in ideal conditions. I looked at it pretty closely and there don't appear to be any bent pins or anything.
Dell :: Best Processor For A C2D Inspiron 9400
Just wondering what the best processor for an Inspiron 9400 is?
I am currently running on a C2D T7400 at the moment, but, would like to upgrade.
While I notice a marked improvement and will there be any issues such as overheating?
I have just gone upto 4mg of Ram and now have a 500mb hard drive, although, didn't realise that I could have got a 7200rpm one until I bought it
Dell :: M1730 Processor Upgrade
Im thinking about upgrading my processor in my M1730 from my 2.4 to somthing with a little more mustard.
I am concidering the X9000.... Will this work with my m1730.... also does 1730 have potential for 64 bit.... Im lost as I have been out of the loop on this machine for a while.
Dell :: Upgrade Processor T5250
I have a dell XPS 1330, with an intel core T5250, I want to upgrade my processor,
but I don't understand what type of socket has my processor.
Can you explain this?Is it compatible with socket 479? And do you know if there is a guide to change the processor?with a video, or only instruction?