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please dont make fun of me
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also, this is my laptop. it cost ME alot more than 97 dollars brand new though >.< stupid technology
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yeah, i bought a new (used) mother board with a better processor, thinking that it would just be a take out old, slap in new kinda thing, only to find out its a bit more complicated than that >.< lol
Get an ultra cheap case and move all of the components over.
The PSU should mount a-okay.
You'll have to fight with undoing all of the HP brackets, but it'll be worth it.
And if the mobo / cpu don't have onboard video, it's time to get a super sweet GPU.
hmmm that's actually a good idea. im not great with computers or anything, but i have enough common sense to piece things together ill have to look into that, cause i can def. afford a new case.
LOL, after i answer your question, the first part of your post is gonna be oh so el oh el.
Im not quite sure. i bought it from goodwill's computer section for 20 bucks its supposedly got a 2.6ghz amd processor, and theres 4 slots for ram, 2 gigs included. and it really does look like a giant city >.<
Lol, i tried taking out the cpu's and swapping them....right before i put the new one in my pc i thought "is this really a smart idea?" and decided i should probably seek professional help before proceeding lol.
Well, it has four slots for RAM and includes 2 Gigabytes.
If it was a Pentium 4 era combo, it wouldn't have that much RAM with it (DDR is too expensive).
Most likely has DDR2; DDR3 is too new.
Could be an early Core 2 Duo, or an Athlon 64?