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How to increase video memory

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If your video card uses a portion of your system RAM you can adjust the amount it uses through the BIOS or the advanced settings of the Driver Software.

Typically, the amount of video memory is locked because it's integrated to the video card; the only way to upgrade the card capabilities is by upgrading the card itself.

If you have an Integrated Intel Graphics Accelerator follow these links:

http://support.intel.com/support/graphics/detect.htm?iid=business+download_gmav

http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-029090.htm


http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-003999.htm

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Computer runs slow on some games HELP!!!!


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Increase Physical memory of the system. Increasing Physical memory will increase...


Increase Physical memory of the system.

Increasing Physical memory will increase the performance of the system.

1. Right click My Computer - Select Properties.

2. In property window Click on Advance tab --- Performance -- Settings.

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3. In Performance Options window -----> Virtual Memory option Click Change button.
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4. In Virtual memory window --- Select C drive --- Click on custom Size.
5. Change initial size to 2000MB & Maximum size to 4000MB -- Click on Set button.
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6. Click OK and close all window. Restart system.

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The instruction at "0x012cf496" referenced memory at "0x012cf496"


you should increase the virtual memory of system,to increase the virtual memory :-
->right click on my computer goto to properties tab
->then goto advanced tab
->performance setting
->advanced tab
->virtual memory

now increase the virtual memory with current

OR

:>type chkdsk command in dos

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Can i increase my dedicated memory of my notebook to 128mb or


Dedicated video memory is memory contained on a graphics cards which is separate from the RAM plugged into the motherboard. The memory on dedicated graphics cards is set aside specifically for the use of processing 3D graphics and effects. Increasing dedicated video memory requires upgrading a video card with one that has more memory built in.

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Cannot allocate hypermemory


I've noticed that in the bios you can't increase Dedicated video memory because the max for your laptop is 256 but if you check your overall video memory with the shared memory added on by right clicking on your desktop and clicking screen resolution, go to advanced settings, and it should show your adapter with the amount of total graphics memory, the dedicated video memory (video memory of video card), system memory(Mine is 0), and shared video memory ( Ram being accolated together with the graphics card making more video card memory in all). If you switched to XP however, you will probably have less video card memory. Everything should be fine if your on your laptop's default operating system (Mine is windows 7 home premium).

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Increase the graphics memory


Unfortunately, Dedicated video memory cannot be changed. Only the Allocated system memory. The dedicated video memory is onboard memory, like a video card in a desktop machine has it's own RAM. Your out of luck, unfortunately.

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Connot play video on Adobe FP 9.0


It sounds like a computer memory problem. If you have Windows Vista, you can quickly increase your memory by plugging in a flash drive or camera memory and choosing the option to increase your system's memory capacity and assigning 100% of the drive to your computer.

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Purchased more memory from 256 to 512 the tech that installed the memory installed the 512mb DDR 2100 and left one of the 128 chips installed to give a total of 640mb ram receive error message "out...


Run Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
2. From the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE subtree, go to the following key: \System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\SubSystems
3. Select the Windows value.
4. From the Edit menu, choose String.
5. Increase the SharedSection parameter.
For Windows NT:
SharedSection specifies the system and desktop heaps using the following format:
SharedSection=xxxx,yyyy
Add ",256" or ",512" after the yyyy number.
For Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003:
SharedSection uses the following format to specify the system and desktop heaps:
SharedSection=xxxx,yyyy,zzz
Increase the zzz number to "256" or "512."

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I need to increase virtual memory


I don't wish to sound rude but if you don't know how to do this, you prolly should just let windows continue managing it. A few wrong keystrokes can have major repurcussions

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