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Increase shared graphics memory

Elo.. how can i adjust the graphics shared memory size from 8mb to 64mb coz i've been searching in the bios but theres no setting indicated.

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  • phy12 Jan 17, 2008

    yup its onboard, i think if its an agp video card its a fix mb size
    right? the appoximate capacity in onboard is 64mb but in bios its
    indicated the shared size is only 8mb, ive been searching there but i
    cant find where to resize it. hope u can help thnx in advance..

  • phy12 Jan 23, 2008

    my RAM is 1.5 gb, thats why i want to share it into my vc memory size.
    my os is windows xp and as it said before the shared vc memory size is
    8mb and i want to expand it to 64mb. and as my question is how to
    expand it, i've look also in the internet for the sample bios my
    moherboard but still there's no way i can find it.

  • bida219 Feb 07, 2008

    i have the sme problem, i cannot increase the shared memory. There is no options in the bios.

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2008

    I'm sitting at work with exactly the same issue, I only get 8mb of video ram on my integrated intel vga display. This specific pc is running xp sp2. after every few minutes I get a bsod giving me a hardware error, suspect the display.



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My RAM is 1.5 gb, thats why i want to share it into my vc memory size. my os is windows xp and as it said before the shared vc memory size is 8mb and i want to expand it to 64mb. and as my question is how to expand it, i've look also in the internet for the sample bios my moherboard but still there's no way i can find it.

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Its that a on board video card? you cannot tweak the graphics apparature. try to go on the RUN menu and type dxdiag and see what the approximate capacity of your videocard when it booted to your OS.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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    micromaster Jan 17, 2008

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