Question about Computers & Internet
To make it simple on you:
1- If you have an intel built in graphics then for sure there is no way to upgrade because you have no graphics slot, be it agp or pci-ex, the graphics is within the chipset.
2- If you have a pci-ex then there is a slim possibility of (a) having the chip plugged in throw a socket and hence exchangable vs. being soldered in and unexchangable, (b) not having any compatibility issue with another chip. PCI-EX is not a standardized technology for notebooks, and thus each manufacturer has SEVERAL standards that they follow!
If you want for your model, let me know the graphics card installed in your notebook.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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