Solved! is it possible to replace a notebook with INTEL 945GM chipset with an INTEL GM45 or PM45 chipset

it4u

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I am faced with an unfortunate situation in which my notebook, a Lenovo T60 (uses DDR2 RAM), which has an INTEL 945GM chipset, the motherboard is faulty and probably has to be replaced. However, it is difficult to get the right one

By chance, I have a spare notebook, a Fujitsu Lifebook S6520, which screen is cracked. It has an INTEL GM45 or PM45 chipset, using DDR3 RAM

Is it possible to transplant the good motherboard from the Fujitsu Lifebook S6520, into the Lenovo T60, make something like a frankenpad?

If the answer is possible, what must I look out for and/or execute this plan? Equipment?

Thanks for all your responses.
 

it4u

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@ rgd1101 Thank you for responding
Thing is, I don't really understand how this is not possible. Let me explain
Yes, I understand about the physical parameters of the current casing, and that of the intended transplant MOBO
BUT notwithstanding this, I have come across machines such as the IBM T70, which uses the T60 chassis, and in place is an i7 MOBO
Can you please illuminate your point of view. Thanks
 
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