I might have been assuming to much, and it is after all holidays, but com on.
In the "English speaking forum", more specifically in the section for "Notebooks and Tablet PCs" and the subcategory "Older products" it's been 5 days, and a fairly straight forward question was asked, by myself, and it has as of yet, gone unanswered. I can hear you guys go "oh com on" but seriously. There is a pretty much identical question posted July 22, that received 168 views, and no responses. Yes. I can easily figure out that most, if not all the 168 views were regular users, and the question being technical requires someone that has access to the motherboard specs of the A7600 to verify CPU support, and acknowledge if his upgrade hopes are to be condemned to eternal doom, or if it is possible to upgrade in the way he hopes to. In my own case i included what little info the diagnostics software on the site gives you, and yes, this other fella failed to do that, so if the A7600 came with multiple motherboard configurations his upgrade question might be hard to answer, but honestly, how likely is that.
How about mods actually taking the time to flag posts they cant answer them self, and we might see if some other source might turn up to provide the information, coz as it stands now, this forum is pretty much relying on it's users helping one and other only, and anything outside the framework that users actually can answer goes unanswered. At that rate, the forum is a kick in the face for anyone with hardware they actually enjoyed, and want to keep. Or, if i were to put it in other words. If i, or the other fella i mentioned earlier had to go buy a new laptop... You think either of us would get a Fujitsu?
Technology solutions, right. Right now, the older products section at least, looks like tech-neglect, if anything.