08-24-2011 02:27 PM
08-24-2011 02:44 PM
Your model uses PC3 1066mhz memory, you can put in slightly faster 1333 memory you are looking at, but the bios will clock it back to 1066.
It should work, contact Corsair to be sure it is compatible with your model PC.
08-24-2011 06:04 PM
08-24-2011 06:19 PM
You can use CPU-Z to identify the chipset
Motherboard is custom made for HP. You can use F1 key at the HP splash screen at boot time to see details about the system.
08-25-2011 05:59 PM
THIS is the info that I have got through CPU-Z. BUT IT DOES NOT TELLS ME THE EXACT MODEL; AS I AM NOT ABLE TO SEARCH THIS MOTHERBOARD OUT EITHER ON HP's WEBSITEs OR ON INTEL's WEBSITEs!
As far as F1 is concerned it does not give me any information on chipset, so does R/C on My Computer or F2 button on startup!
What here in the above information, exactly states the Motherboard Model here? Can you tell me that?!!!
08-25-2011 06:21 PM
You have the HM55 Intel chipset.
You will not be able to search the motherboard, it is a custom built motherboard for HP, and HP does not list drivers for portables using the motherboard, only by the model or product number.
HP Motherboard model is 1486, but this is not good for much.
08-25-2011 06:41 PM
08-25-2011 06:59 PM
I have no clue, HP does not reveal processor upgradeability for that model, if you know what the original upgrade options for the processer were on the HP website when purchasing, those would be definite possibilities.
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