Husse wrote:If it indeed has 3GB RAM as I've seen there is not much need to upgrade that cpu
I think it will cost far more than the added power is worth
Remember, the cpu is the last thing you change upgrading a "normal" computer
More RAM, faster (possibly larger) hard disk, better graphics is far more important and that's not an option in a laptop ....
I do indeed have 3GBs of RAM. As well as a 250GB hard disk with a 160GB external drive, and an nVidia GeForce 8400M GS graphics card. So I guess I'm doing well enough. Thanks, Husse!