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HP ENVY Notebook 17t-u000 cto cpu processor upgrade

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Hi,

 

I have quick question about my laptop if someone can help me please.

 

Am I able to upgrade the processor from Intel I7-7500U CPU @2.7GHZ to an I9 K?

 

And where can I buy, link please!?

 

Thanks.

Abood.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

The processor is an integral part of the motherboard and cannot be upgraded.

 

There are no motherboards for your notebook's model series that support the Intel 8th or 9th gen core processors.

 

If you are wanting to do this to be able to upgrade to W11...it is relatively easy to do...

 

I would make a system image of your current W10 installation prior to updating to W11, so you can easily reinstall W10 in the future.  I used the free Macrium Reflect software to do that, under the Backup at Home section. 

 

Along with the system image, make sure you create the bootable DVD or USB rescue drive you boot from to access the system image stored on your portable hard drive.

 

Macrium Software | Reflect Free Edition

 

First make this registry change...

 

https://www.hellpc.net/how-to-bypass-tpm-and-cpu-requirements-windows-11-upgrade-unsupported-pc/

 

Then download the Windows 11 ISO file (3rd option), not the W11 installation assistant.

 

Download Windows 11 (microsoft.com)

 

Then open the file with Windows explorer, and click on the setup application.

 

To do that, right click on the ISO file and select 'Open With' and select Windows Explorer.

 

See the screenshot...this is what you will see when you open the file with Windows Explorer.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_0-1635558867023.png

 

After you double click to run the setup application, you will get this window, and you can now upgrade to W11.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_1-1635558867006.png

 

You just have to accept the agreement that comes up during the upgrade process about your PC not meeting the requirements, etc., etc..

 

My unsupported W11 PC's got all of the W11 updates. 

 

I have upgraded 7 of them to W11, and they seem to run a little better on W11 than they did on W10.

 

However, I don't know how long they will continue to get all of the updates, or what will happen when the new build of W11 comes out next year in October.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

The processor is an integral part of the motherboard and cannot be upgraded.

 

There are no motherboards for your notebook's model series that support the Intel 8th or 9th gen core processors.

 

If you are wanting to do this to be able to upgrade to W11...it is relatively easy to do...

 

I would make a system image of your current W10 installation prior to updating to W11, so you can easily reinstall W10 in the future.  I used the free Macrium Reflect software to do that, under the Backup at Home section. 

 

Along with the system image, make sure you create the bootable DVD or USB rescue drive you boot from to access the system image stored on your portable hard drive.

 

Macrium Software | Reflect Free Edition

 

First make this registry change...

 

https://www.hellpc.net/how-to-bypass-tpm-and-cpu-requirements-windows-11-upgrade-unsupported-pc/

 

Then download the Windows 11 ISO file (3rd option), not the W11 installation assistant.

 

Download Windows 11 (microsoft.com)

 

Then open the file with Windows explorer, and click on the setup application.

 

To do that, right click on the ISO file and select 'Open With' and select Windows Explorer.

 

See the screenshot...this is what you will see when you open the file with Windows Explorer.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_0-1635558867023.png

 

After you double click to run the setup application, you will get this window, and you can now upgrade to W11.

 

Paul_Tikkanen_1-1635558867006.png

 

You just have to accept the agreement that comes up during the upgrade process about your PC not meeting the requirements, etc., etc..

 

My unsupported W11 PC's got all of the W11 updates. 

 

I have upgraded 7 of them to W11, and they seem to run a little better on W11 than they did on W10.

 

However, I don't know how long they will continue to get all of the updates, or what will happen when the new build of W11 comes out next year in October.

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Thank for replying. I wanted to do the upgrade for couple things and win11 was one of them.

 

the upgrade worked fine with your instruction.

 

thanks a lot.

 

Abood

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You're very welcome, Abood.

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