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How to add memory to the integrated video card from RAM

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ENVY x360 Convert
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Hello everyone!

 

I bought an HP ENVY x360 Convert 15-ee0007ur laptop.

 

I got 16gb RAM and only 512mb on my integraterd videcard. I want to add some more memory to my videocard. But as oficial support said to me there is no ificial ways to do it. Actually its a very strange....

 

Is there any safe way to add additional memory to the integrated videocard from RAM?

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@dim1024 

 

You have to be able to do the following: 

Scroll down and click the Advanced display settings text at the bottom. On the resulting menu, select the monitor you'd like to view settings for (if necessary). Then click the Display adapter properties text at the bottom. In a new window, you'll see your current video RAM listed next to Dedicated Video Memory.

 

If you don't see this setting, or if you can't increase the RAM allocated, then you simply can not do this.



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