Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
Yes just make sure you have the right socket for the new chip. example- a 939 socket will only accept 939 processor.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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With notebook there are not many upgrades available, but if you are using a lot of multi-media it is savvy to increase you memory.
My suggestion is that you look to go up to 2 Gb; you should see a nice different on performances.
See the link here below as a reference from Toshiba
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