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Question about graphics cards of Dell Latitude C610 laptops

I own a Dell C610 Latitude laptop and have a question about graphics cards for this machine. I have a NVIDIA GeForce Go2 card installed now and the Vista upgrade advisor stated my machine can run Vista as long as I upgrade my video card. Which card would be the ideal one to replace the NVIDIA GeForce Go2 card that is on my machine now? I have found very little advice about this subject and would appreciate any input you have.

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    Not really fond of Vista and do like XP, but am just afraid it will be obsolete soon and I hate ti waste such a good laptop. But, I look at it like this as long as XP does what I need and supports the printers and stuff I use why should I care if it is an old system? There are people still using older systems. Do you share my same thoughts?

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Actually, the Dell Latitude C610 is one of those rare cases where the video card can be remove. It is a separate chip. I know because I'm looking at it right now. The only problem with upgrading is actually finding a video that actually fits and it better than the 16MB stock card.
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First the bad news. You have a laptop and on your laptop (like most laptops) the graphics card is built into the motherboard and cannot be changed.

What is it that Windows Vista offers that makes you want to install it?

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    Dick Apr 19, 2009

    I do share your thoughts. Stick with XP, your laptop will be unable to run useful programs long before the operating system becomes obsolete.

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Dell Latitude C610 Notebook PC > Service Manual,

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd610/en/sm_en/index.htm

1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JqB4lkVxkA

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I'm sorry to advise you, your Dell is a laptop and laptops have a built-in video chip on the motherboard and it cannot be upgraded or changed.
The video card used shared RAM, ie it uses part of the main RAM module/s, You maybe be able to increase the video RAM size in the BIOS, but this will reduce the main memory, so you might want to upgrade the RAM in the DELL.
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