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Greetings - It's very possible. It will depend on which particular model you have. You would have to be very comfortable with working inside a notebook computer. The upgrade requires the complete disassembly of the machine, unlike many desktop PC's where you drop in a new CPU, reinstall the heatsink/fan and off you go with a faster machine.
If you are still interested there is no better place to visit than the "Notebook Review" website HP/Compaq user forum. You will have to register to be a participating member. The forum is located HERE. There is a very long and complete forum thread dedicated to upgrading the CPU on the C700.
Good Luck and have fun if you proceed with the upgrade.
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