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So i have an HP netbook with 1 gb of memory and win7 professional.

Can i upgrade the computers memory with laptop memory or are the memory modules in the net-book different?

 

could i also change the cpu ? it is a intel atom.

 

the model number on the computer is: mini 110-3030nr

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It seems RAM upgrade is quite easy - If you google "HP netbook RAM upgrade" you will get lots of information. I think changing the cpu may be possible, but more difficult.

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They could be different. But if they fit they will probably work.

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AFAIK Atom is soldered onto the motherboard. However RAM is the same. Just check the specs.

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So i have an HP netbook with 1 gb of memory and win7 professional.

Can i upgrade the computers memory with laptop memory or are the memory modules in the net-book different?

 

could i also change the cpu ? it is a intel atom.

 

the model number on the computer is: mini 110-3030nr

I have two eeePC 's, one is solid state harddrive [flash mem] and the other has a conventional laptop harddrive. I have Linux on both, which I have tuned and turned off demons I don't need. They are fast. I use the solid state one for overseas travel, and I have dual-booted the other with Linux + XP [in case I need it, which is rare].

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