I am trying to get into the advanced BIOS settings so I can simply increase my dedicated VRAM from 128 MB to 1 GB. That is all. If you have any other method please let me know. I don't have a "gaming" laptop, but it should still be able to run games, the only problem is, it doesn't. It doesn't BECAUSE it cannot output enough VRAM.
Before you tell me "Oh it's restricted by HP because blah blah blah" if it can be restricted, it can be unrestricted. I know what I am doing, but HP for some reason thinks it ok to block their users from accessing advanced options like we are 5 years old. I have tried hitting ESC on restart, F10, then F9, then restarting it again, and nothing changes. I have tried spamming F10 on start then quickly pressing A (for advanced) and nothing changes. I have tried FN + TAB 3 times, and nothing changes.
I need to know how to access the BIOS advanced settings, if you're going to just tell me "it's restricted", or anything like that, please don't respond. Tell me how to either increase the VRAM on a integrated graphics card or tell me how to access advanced BIOS settings.
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