Question about E-Machines M2352 Notebook
Unless you can easily get to your proccessor (where the fan in your laptop is, by removing some screws, a hinge cover or the keyboard) then yes it will be a big deal.
If you can get to it by just removing the things listed above, shouldn't be too hard. BE SURE you buy something that is compatible with your laptop motherboard, has the same front side bus speed, and the same socket as your original cpu though. Then you should be good to go.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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