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Hp Notebook 14-ac102ni
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I want to know if i can upgrade my notebook processor because it is very slow it is only 1.6 GHz and i dont find any worthy answers on the Internet if anyone knows if i am able to do so and to what processer i can upgrade it to please let me know my current processor is intel celeron N3050 PLEASE I HAVE HAD ENOUGH WITH THE SLOW THING
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The answer is No. Here is the Manual:

 

Manual

 

See page 18. The system boards include the CPU so the processors are soldered to the motherboard. And in your case it is even worse. The memory is soldered on, too so you cannot upgrade from 2 gigs of RAM. 

 

In your case, the laptop is more like a cell phone and not any faster. All the parts are soldered on the main board. 

 

We get a lot of these posts. These low-powered laptops are sold at an attractive price and they look just like a "real" laptop so a lot of them are sold. If it seems too good to be true it is. Sell that laptop or give it to your least favorite nephew for Christmas and buy something that has at least an Intel i3 processor. It will cost an honest price but is going to be worth it. 

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Thank you for your help i appreciate it
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