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03-01-2023 05:30 AM
Does anyone know how I can upgrade to windows 11?
I got a HP All-in-one 24-f0003no.
My CPU does not supports the update to win 11, and my CPU is not changeble.
Is it possible to replace the motherboard with a newer CPU?
Plz give me hints and recomendations
03-01-2023 06:42 AM
Unfortunately, there isn't anything you can do to make your PC W11-supported.
The processor is an integral part of the motherboard and cannot be upgraded.
You are also incorrect regarding future support.
I have installed W11 on around 15 unsupported W11 PC's and since the day W11 came out in October of 2021, they have gotten every security and cumulative update that has been issued by Microsoft.
I check them against a fully supported W11 PC.
The only drawback is that each September/October when Microsoft releases the new update to W11 (for example 23H2), you have to use a W11 hardware check bypass method to upgrade the present version of W11 to the new one.
A small price to pay.
If you are interested in installing W11 on your PC as is, you can read this discussion for how I upgraded several HP and Dell notebook and desktop PC's that did not meet the W11 hardware requirements to W11 22H2.
This method is very easy to use and does not require you to make any registry changes.
If the in-place upgrade fails, you should be able to clean install W11 using the bootable W11 installation flash drive you made with Rufus.
Otherwise, you will need to sell or trade in your PC and buy one that is fully supported for W11.
By the way, I am running W11 on two HP 255 G7's with AMD A4-9125 APU's and it works fine.
They are weaker processors than your PC's AMD A9-9425 APU.
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