Even if a processor is the same socket it may very well not be compatible with that board. Your laptop may not handle the extra heat produced by a faster chip and may not have it supported by the BIOS even if it can handle the heat. Generally laptops are not something you want to try and upgrade unless you have exact specs and know what you are doing.
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August 25, 2012 6:34:40 PM
I will order the proc tommorow, someone has already tried putting a fsr1 in the fs1 and it does not work,
chipsets support it, although it slides right in, there's a different pin layout.
unless someone makes a adapter like the good 'ol days, fm1/fs1 is intel's socket 1156
what was the last one made, a 478-775 adapter for a p4? lol...