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Can We Change the graphic Card of Acer TravelMate 4102 WLMI

I have a Acer 4102 WLMI laptopwith Intel GMA , can i change the graphic card,
If yes which one is recommended.

Please help, Thanks in advance

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On laptops the graphics are built in onto chips that are on the motherboard, in order to change to the graphics chip you would have to upgrade to the motherboard to something that acer might have.


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