Lenovo G780 Laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium (I detest Windows 8); 6GB Memory; 500GB Hard Drive.
There are 3 changes/upgrades I would like to make; but so much of this may be propriety and void my warranty, and because Lenovo's "technical support" was unable to give me an answer one way or the other (one techie said NO and yet another said YES, you will NOT void your warranty); so which is it - I am turning to my fellow members to get some answer as to whether I can do 3 things:
(1) change the i5 chip to i7
(2) Change the 500 GB drive which currently contains the OS, by transferring everything on the 500GB drive to a new 1TB drive.
(3) Change the Windows 7 Home Premium to: Windows 7 Pro (64). I know this can be done because I have the UPGRADE disks from Microsoft.
Any help and suggestions made on whether -or not - I can upgrade the new laptop as per my above written thoughts would be appreciated./
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