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Student
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Member Since: ‎12-15-2012
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Increase integrated graphics memory

Hi! I have a hp compaq dc5100 small form factor and I need the graphics memory to go up. It is at 8 mb now and I have 4gb ram. It said that i could make it go up to 128mb but no idea how to.I have a lot of old games that i want to play but require 64mb to play.I also cant find any upgrade video ram in the bios.I have v01.07 Hewlett packard bios menu.

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Intern
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Member Since: ‎04-04-2011
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Re: Increase integrated graphics memory

Go into BIOS when it boots and look for the setting video memory.  There should be a setting in there you can change to adjust the memory used by the onboard graphics.  

 

WARNING:  Changing things in the BIOS can make your computer not work correctly.   (standard warning)

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