Question about IBM NVIDIA Geforce2 MX400, (32 MB) Graphic Card
It is possible, but need a schematics, for it, and have to be almost the same video card. depending the model, or board.
other than this, ...a new motherboard!
Posted on May 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unfortunately laptop that enables you to change video card are pretty
rare. A standard format called MXM, similar to PCI-E on desktop, exists and
enables you to change video card on laptop supporting it, but yours don't.
One thing to keep in mind though, is that if it would have supported it,
you probably would have had to change you power supply to support the power
requirement needed for the card. Your battery would also have depleted itself a
Sorry I could not help; hope it answers your question.
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