Question about Computers & Internet
1. You cannot upgrade your graphic card without buying another one.
2. Your onboard card "shares" the memory available to the computer so it is not actually a 224 MB one as it shares the memory the computer has. To up the amount of memory your onboard graphics uses, go into your computer's BIOS and adjust the size there. Doing so, however, will decrease the amount of system RAM available and, with only 256 MB memory it will run even slower than it is running now.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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