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I have a toshiba satellite pro A120 and ive just bought Age of Empires 3. After i installed the game i tried to play it but it said i had a 32mb video card and that i needed a 64mb card to play. Where do i get one.
If the built in video card uses shared video ram (most do), then there will be an option in the BIOS setup to change how much ram is allocated to the video card, and how much is used by the host system. Raise the video ram to 64mb, and you should be in good shape.
If you go into setup at boot and there is no option in any of the menus for this, then you're basically out of luck. Laptop video cards are proprietary, and not upgradeable, in all but the most high-end modern systems.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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