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Up grade I have a toshiba p25 s676. I want to upgrade the video card and motherboard. I like everthing else about it and would rather not start with a totally new labtop. Can this be done? I want to upgrade my vidoe card

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Hardly, the new motherboard costs 300-1500 usd.

and then it has to fit your laptop. No this is very hard, id recommend a new laptop, you can transfer your files and everything from the old pc to the new laptop.

and then you can go ahead and sell the old laptop.

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