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Hp Probook 6465b

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Product Name: Hp Probook 6465b
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hey, this Is my first time posting probably ever in any forum.  Im not a genius when it comes to computers, but I more than get buy.  I have a home studio that I have had for almost 4 years now.  I bought my laptop new for this purpose also 4 years ago.  I needed firewire and couldn't quite afford a macbook or imac plus I am familiar with windows OS.  I could of went with a hub of some sort but my desktops were already full of stuff.  Anyways I bought the HP Probook 6465b after the store owner swearing it would function just as good as a macbook. IT HAS BEEN A NIGHTMARE!  I guess simply for the fact of not going with an intel chip.  My Question, Is there an upgrade im unaware of or a part or two I can buy to fix these issues cheaper than a used macbook or laptop on windows garaunteed to functionas needed?

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Member Since: ‎08-09-2015
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Re: Hp Probook 6465b

Felltah5

 

Hello;

Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

There is really no way to significantly "speed up" a laptop, as the most effective way to do this in desktops is to upgrade the processors, and like with the video chips, in laptops, these are not customer-replaceable parts.

 

Sorry, but the only way to get a laptop with a lot better performance is to buy one with a more powerful processor.

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