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The video card on a laptop is built-in on the motherboard and cannot be swapped to another video card. You maybe able to increase the video RAM in the BIOS video settings BUT it will reduce your main memory by the corresponding amount because the video uses shared RAM.
Memory Upgrade for Toshiba Satellite Pro
4600 800 Laptop, the Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 800 Laptop takes the
PC100 SDRAM SODIMMs. 256MB module must be 1" in height or less Memory
Type, and comes installed with 128 MB (removable) of
Memory. You can upgrade your Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600
800 Laptop to up to a maximum of
512 MB Memory, the system has 2 sockets to install
Memory, already with 128 MB (removable) standard Memory
installed. For best Laptop performance use the maximum amount of allowed
Memory per slot for your Laptop.
You can obtain your models service manual with instructions for how to replace and upgrade memory from this link. http://www.givemefile.net/smanuals/notebooks/toshiba/file/31033.html
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look on the underside there is a slot for inserting ram in it . but u need to open the back cover to see it and insert in it . if your product is under warranty i recommend dont do this on your own contact service centre
I managed to locate a website providing some instruction on the disassembly of Toshiba laptops. While the one aimed at your laptop isn't for the purpose of cleaning out the case, I think it will get you close. I found both articles here:
As mentioned, the article for the A25 isn't specific to what you're attempting to accomplish. Yet between the two articles, I think you can get the job done. Just remember, ground yourself before working on the laptop. You don't want to destroy anything because you accidentally discharged static electricity.
Let us know how things turn out, or if you require any further assistance.
Getting 330 error. In order to fix that, you can run this command at dos prompt > SFC /SCANNOW It can fix errors at windows XP. Normally there are two memory slots for toshiba satellite. You might be running at 512 or two 256. You can purchase two 512 or i 1g.
It looks like the A25 will only hold 1g of PC2100, which is really plenty, unless you're a serious gamer or into graphic arts and need an extreme high definition video. Here's a link to the memory configurator that I use in order to find the proper memory, max held, and the chipset. You might double check to be sure I looked up the right machine. If it is the right machine, I suggest two 512mb chips. Sometimes you can't run one 1g chip because the slots are designed to only hold a certain amount, and if they will hold the 1g chip, sometime the machine doesn't run properly. It wants to use both slots accordingly, running only one creates conflicts. This should help in boosting your RAM.