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Re: video card upgrade
No it is not possible to upgrade a videocard on the Presario 700 series notebooks. Further most notebooks are not upgradeable when it comes to video. There are currently no PCIe Mini based video cards.
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I have to ask you? Forgive me here but did you install the correct video card? You may have done that wrong. Is that possible? Or you may have installed a card that is overkill that is a possibility. If it is overkill it will not work properly. Seems weird I have done that myself thinking I would get the best card out there and installed it and it did the same thing for me as well. I had to rethink and get the right upgrade for the computer and I was fine after that. Since it runs in Windows fine that is a weird it not handling anything else. So this tell me it is not the right card, or it is a bad purchased or given to you card that is always a possibility as well. Same with RAM a board can only handle so much ram installed you have to look into the board what will work for upgrade and what will not just because it fits does not mean it will work for you. Just a suggestion maybe someone else has a better answer here? John
its a laptop so its impossible for you to upgrade the video card. that's the downside with laptops rather than having desktops. the only components that you can upgrade is the memory and the hard drive.
Video card is out of the question - it's specific to the motherboard, can't be replaced with anything else; the processor can be replaced , but only with one from the same generation - the speed gain will be minimal, not worth the effort.
The only thing that can be upgraded is the RAM : get 2 sticks of 1GB - you will see a sensible improvement.
I'm sorry. It is not possible to upgrade the Inbuilt Video card. However, the Computer is shipped with the Express Card/54 slot. You can contact your nearest favorite dealer to get the Express Card slot supported Video card and install in the Computer. This improves the Graphic performance.
Sorry but 99% of all laptop have integrated video card. and so is yours. There are some USB to video connectors as an option but as an upgrade, there is none. Hope that tells you what you wanted to know.
Most notebooks either have their video processor on the motherboard, or have a mini-card that is specific to the particular notebook model. Generally, they are not upgradable (unlike desktop PCs). You MIGHT be able to share more notebook memory with the video system. It's a setting in the BIOS setup, if it's even available.