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09-07-2010 08:03 PM
On G62, the graphics card is not upgradeable nor is it equipped with MXM slot or e-PCIe to add a new graphics card....
So, what you can do is add more memory to your system; that will help improve system performance, which in turn help Graphics card on the system....
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02-16-2011 06:17 AM
i think my graphic card is too low for me as a graphic designer. i frequently use adobe photshop and indesign and illustrator at the same time. its too slow. also when i'll make a video with after effects and premiere. its getting into my nerves sometimes.. do you think it will work fine already when i'll increase my 4GB RAM to 8Gb RAM? or, is there a external graphic device that can boost my laptop's performance??
02-24-2012 10:59 PM
Thanks that really helped me a lot to stop what i was about to do. Something on that though; Everytime I install windows OS on my HP G62 its perfect but whenever I try to install any of the Fedora(09 to 16), Ubuntu, Scientific Linux and RedHat Enterprise Linux, I always have to use basic video driver for installation. I am just wondering whether there is a problem with the graphics card or the graphics card is not yet supported(or detected easily) by those linux distros. I would be very happy if you could tell me that linux has not yet supported the graphics card.