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I want to upgrade the processor and add second hard drive to pavilion a6152n

I have upgraded the memory, now want to add second hard drive and upgrade processor. I s this possible and cost effective or should I get a new PC ?

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Hi.

This is possible and is more cost effective than buying a new PC. The processor is a Socket 775 so just look out for a better one than you already have.



Regards.

Posted on Dec 31, 2012

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They are usually in a plastic caady which has a latch on it find the latch and release the caddy hope this helps

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SOURCE: Upgrade HP a1010n Motherboard

Techguru2009: When you upgrade your motherboard, basically you have a new computer. You need to know how your hard/cd drives are connected. Either IDE or SATA. IDE is legacy hardware 80 pin and SATA is the new Thing small connecter. Next is your RAM. There is Dimm, DDR1, DDR2. Find out what your old system was using, or just buy new memory cards, DDR2 is not that expensive. Ask for the manual first read and check what is required, take a list of what your old computer has. I can also help you install everything via chat.

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The 939 Socket is a bit of an older socket nowadays, most of the newer stuff is AM2/3; you might be able to get an Athelon 64 X2 chip for it though.

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