Question about Everex StepNote VA4103M Notebook
Yes, you can replace the processor in the LM7W. You can use either "Banias" or "Dothan" based Pentium M or Celeron M processors with a Socket 479 interface and 400MHz bus.
However, the laptop's BIOS will probably not recognize these other processors, so they will boot up in their slowest speed. You will need a third party processor manager like RMClock Utility to unlock the higher speed and lower voltage settings.
Also, if there are any processor microcode updates from Intel, you'll miss out on them. There is a rare chance this might cause issues. YMMV.
I've tested Pentium M 745 (SL8U6) and 1600 (SL6FA) processors and they both seemed to work.
Posted on Oct 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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