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Increasing shared video memory

I m using a acer aspire jaw50.My current video memory is 64mb.i want to increase it.what should i do &hyow to enter bios

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Try pressing CTRL-ALT-ESC or F2 during the post. Some models use a software or setup CD to configure the more advanced BIOS settings.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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Hi icr
You better try to increase the virtual memory of your system as seems you would nt be able to increase the pre allocated video memory to your video device.
The virtual thing you can do by going to the my computer's properties and then in advanced tab you find performance options .Here you can tweak your virtual memory accg to your systtem memory

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