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Video cards on laptops are on the motherboard, therefore it is not possible to change the video card, also there are not expansion slots for inserting a graphics card.
The video card usually uses shared memory ie. uses part of the main memory. It is possible to upgrade with more main memory and increase the available video RAM in the BIOS configuration.
To run XP at least you should have a 256MB or higher 128MB is Minimum but too slow It seems that the LCD has a permanent problem... that area had already leaked, no remedy. Find an LCD that matches your Laptop and replace the LCD.