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How we can share RAM memory with graphics memory of our PC?

I want to increase my onboard graphics memory from 8MB to 32MB by sharing with my 256MB RAM. My OS is WINXP SP 2002. My motherboard is Intel Celeron 1000MHz. I am finding no way to solve this problem.PLEASE help me?

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  • saiinterior Feb 28, 2009

    i want to increase my onboard graphics memory from 8MB to 256MB by
    sharing with my 2048MB RAM. My OS is WINXP SP 2002. My motherboard is
    Intel 945 cmx Gigabyte S2. I am finding no way to solve this problem.PLEASE
    help me?

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All you have to do is go into the bios, do this by pressing F2 on boot up, when in the bios you need to look for "shared memory" or "graphics memory"
once you have chosen the shared memory you want save settings and exit by pressing F10, the pc will restart and the shared memory will be increased

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You cannot increase your onboard graphics memory by sharing your RAM the graphics memory is inbuilt with the motherboard and hence canot be changed....
I FOUND THIS  this might answer your query so you cannot manually change the Memory
Graphics memory is shared with system memory. Graphics memory usage can vary from 8 – 64MB depending on the amount of system memory installed and system load. 16MB is pre-allocated for graphics use at system boot time. Additional memory is allocated for graphics using Intel's Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) to balance the optimum amount of memory between graphics and other system use. With a 128MB system, graphics memory usage will be 8MB -32MB depending on system load. With 256MB or more, graphics memory usage will be 16MB - 64MB depending on system l

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Guys what happens if i turn the shared memory to zero cause i need to have 1 gb of ram and i got only 896 mb

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go into the system BIOS by pressing the DEL or F2 or F10 key and the you will see the BIOS menu, ther you will see intergreated peripherals and there you will see video ram something like that and there it will show you 8Mb change it to 32 or whatever you want press F10 and reboot and your memory is changed.

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