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HP ProBook 440 G7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I increased the VRAM from 128 to 512 through BIOS and I also used registry editor but it still shows 128 in the settings for some reason . Is there any fix to this issue? 

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Hi,

The VRAM you are setting is only what the machine will use until the OS loads and takes over. (during boot) So it does not really make much difference what you set.

Once the OS is running, the internal graphics will share the system memory (RAM) installed in the machine. This will vary on demand and is an automatic and dynamic process.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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