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04-30-2009 07:26 PM
i own a dv4-1125nr HP laptop, it didn't have a graphics card in it... i now want to add a graphics card to it (preferably nVIDIA or ATI Raedon pixel 4 shader. will the laptop support the card, does it have a slot for the graphics card? also, where can i get this upgrade done and how much will this upgrade cost?? i live in India(Bangalore) butbought thelaptop in the U.S. will this be a problem?
05-01-2009 03:43 AM
All laptops have built in graphics that are part of the motherboard chipset. Upgrading graphics cards is only for desktops.Hard drives and RAM can be upgraded. Adapters for ethernet and wireless depend on the type of adapter slot built into your laptop.
If you want to upgrade your video then you will have to purchase another laptop with the video capabilities that you wish it to have.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but that is how laptop are constructed.
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