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I don't believe it is possible with this particular laptop. I know in the past some of the dell laptops have had a Microagp graphics platform that can be upgraded.
Most laptops have the graphics built into the motherboard which makes them impossible to upgrade.
There used to be some PCMCIA video cars that you could use but they were more for using additional monitors than for high powered graphics. I believe there have been some mention of USB video cards but again I think these are just for adding more desktop real estate than for replacing existing built in graphics.
So to answer your question specifically, no I don't think there is an upgradeable option for your particular needs.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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