HP G60-630US: update CPU?

I tried to upgrade my CPU on my HP G60 630US laptop but it wouldn't start after I installed it. I went back to the original and it started back as usual.
My question is, the speed of the motherboard bus will support the CPU tried to use?

Original specifications: HP G60 630US laptop
Motherboard 578232 # 001with Intel Pentium (1 MB of L2 cache) T4400, 2.2 - GHz processor / 800 Mhz
4 GB of DDR 2-800 Mhz Gskill ram
HD 500GB Samsung SSD

I tried to install a T9400 processor Intel Core2 Duo (6 MB L2 cache), 2.53 GHz / 1066 Mhz processor
because it is based on a technical manual, I've read, this is one of the options for this laptop model processor.
So unless I read the wrong manual, what am I doing wrong? Any help will be greatly appreciated!

I think it has something to do with the motherboard only supports 800 Mhz bus speed... ?

Thank you to who ever can help sheds light on this mystery!

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You are on the right track. When you read the manual, you have to dig a little deeper. In this case, there are two different mothers, one for the GL40 chipset for the GM45 chipset. The GL40 is cheapie, defeatured motherboard without support of the advanced features of the Core 2 Duo as Speedstep processors. Your motherboard is a GL40, given that your processor is the Pentium of lower tier. Some users have reported success with a Core 2 Duo on motherboards GL40 but they run never quite right.

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