Originally Posted by sakor1
Yes you can... and 4GB will be compatible whether or not you change out the CPU. However, note that unless you are using very memory intensive applications, you will not see much...
Originally Posted by john1970
I have had my Dell XPS M2010 for over a year now and here are some of my opinions of this notebook/desktop replacement computer.
1. It is a nice machine with plenty of...
Originally Posted by carleast
I'm insterested in getting a blu ray drive in an inspiron 1720 order from Dell. Has anyone else got one in their notebook? If so have you connected it to your plasma/lcd...
I ran the update in PowerDVD DX a few days ago and it found a Blu-ray update and after the update my newer discs will now play on my M1710. I have tested Spiderman 3, Fantastic Four 2 and Day After Tomorrow and they are working now.
Originally Posted by jeffcmfrt
Then on top of that the power requirements what good is a laptop that you can't even run on batery for short periods? I mean not gameing as I also use my M 1710 for work also...
The "guts" of the 1420 are not the same as the 1405. New chipset, new processors/socket and a different layout to name a few. This type of swap is just not realistic. Look at the service manuals at support.dell.com.
Originally Posted by MrEvil
That Express Card remote isn't even made by Dell, it works via Bluetooth. I've kinda been wanting one for my D820 for when I use it in the car. (Been jonesing for media player...
Originally Posted by Xarthan
that's an added upgrade. I think ht was like 30-50 bucks?
I dont order the systems so I am not sure what they cost. When you look at Dell.com they appear to be $27...