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Change it. It is an on-board card, so it won't play great. It is attached to your motherboard. Intel is not a professional for GPUs. If it is a laptop, sorry, you will need to change the motherboard to get a new standalone GPU into it.
For a desktop, you may already have a PCI or PCI Express slot ready in the CPU. Just attach the card there, and forget the old one.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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