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Your best bet is to contact DELL themselves. There may have been a silent recall for your product which you don't know about, and they might repair it at their cost, But with this kind of situation, always go to the manufacturer first.
You did an awful lot of work to write this question. If you will go back to the HP site, you can find full specifications for your computer and what upgrade paths are available, straight from the horses mouth, so to say. If a upgrade path is listed or indicated, you can follow it. If there is no path, you can't follow it. Simple.
While there may be some processor upgradability, my advice is keep it stock. You have the stock parts - they are suppose to work together. The best and cheapest upgrade I will recommend is put in as much memory as your computer will take and you can afford. If you start changing stuff, you will have heat issues (which may be how you got to this place to start with.)
you need to get your system motherboard repalced. i have replaced more than 100 motherboards for this particular issue. its a know issue with this laptop only. and dell is aware of that. call dell and get your computer motherboard repalced. there is no fix and no furthur trobleshooting required.
You can find the broken piece on line to purchase,This can be repalced by soldering it to the motherboard.You will need to find someone to replace this probably a tv repair technician who is good at soldering small circiut boards.You can also purchase the motherboard and replace it
PLease try to refer to your motherboard processor maximum support and see the processor you can upgrade to your laptop without buying new motherbaord and other accessories such as memory. Remember if you plan to upgrade device in your laptop please see the hardware maximum support that your laptop hardware can support otherwise if you buy processor and other device beyond the maximum limit support of your current laptop hardware it would not work as you plan. Thanks
Aspire 4315 Specifications
Specifications Part Number
Varies by specifications Processor / Speed
Intel Celeron mobile processor 530/540/550 (1 MB L2 cache, 1.73/1.86/2 GHz, 533 MHz FSB), supporting Intel 64 architecture
if you have a 2 Ghz processor installed, you will have to replace the motherboard to go with a faster CPU.. which will be spendy..
Hope this helps
When we use the term INTEL we usualy relate to the motherboard and the processor. Make sure that the processor and the memory has same speed. Because when you purchase a system for example the processor speed is 667 Mhz and memory running at 533Mhz then the system will run at 533Mhz.
the screen might be broken because thats what happened to me and i got a new screen and it worked again try and do that or get a new mother board because if *********** board dosent work certin things on your computer wont work