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I dont have a video card, how to share ram memory to video memory

I dont have any video card on my pc , is somebody can help me share my ram memory to my video memory,,,,,pls reply as soon as u read this message.


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Just buy a Video card? You're ram is already helping you're Video but, it can only help sooo much, You're Video card has Dedicated memory towards video.

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