Upgrade CPU on Satellite P100-434

Satellite P100-434 BIOS v 4.80 does support the Core2Duo T7500 Intel proccessor?

I'm currently have T5500 and want to update to T7500, is the same thing but I don't know the motherboard/BIOS card can support this CPU?

I advance thank you

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For CPU upgrade, there are several different important things and not the BIOS only.

Check it please this Toshiba document initially - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9401AX0001R01.htm

BTW: I m not sure but I think you can find similar topics related to upgrade CPU on P100. Use the advanced search in this forum. Maybe you'll find some interesting discussions.

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