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Processor needs an upgrade

HP 15-ay041wm is the laptop that I have 

In order to get an online remote job I will need a i3-6100U processor. I need a Intel Core i5-650 3.2 GHz or greater.  Is there a way to upgrade my processor?

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No, you can't upgrade processor because it is soldered to the system board. You have to pay for new system board which has


  (a) Motherboard,

  (b) CPU / Processor

  (c) Video card if available

  (d) New Windows license (you can't reuse old license)


Because all 4 (or 3) above components are on one piece of hardware called system board.

 

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Thank you.  How would I purchase it? 

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Please

 

(a) Select a system board on page 73 of the following manual

            http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05087748.pdf

(b) Use system board part # to order from

           http://partsurfer.hp.com/search.aspx

 

If N/A, you can use part # to search elsewhere such as Amazon, eBay ...

 

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