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Before you do anything, you must contact Samsung and ask them which processors are compatible with their bios. A replacement processor must be socket AND BIOS compatible before you attempt an upgrade. And that is only possible if the existing processor is not soldered to the motherboard.
Once Samsung tells you which processors their bios supports, then you can select from those processors.
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Yes, that would be correct, you need to check this type of compatibility that depends on the computer manufacturer, BIOS, chipset, socket.
Please check with Samsung for more information, http://www.samsung.com/us/support/
Thanks for your reply, i'm goingt to contact samsung support not to screw my laptop up