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Hello, i need help! :(

 

I not talk english, sorry for my bad english, but i need the Advanced Settings of the BIOS to upgrade the VRAM, because the Laptop only have 526MB dedicated but have 3260mb and i need the advanced settings but not appear, i need help :(

 

My laptop it's a 

HP ENVY dv6-7211nr

 

 

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Hi@senordavimLP,

 

Thanks for stopping by HP Support Forums.

 

I came across your post and would like to help you.

 

HP Pc’s use a customized BIOS setting (Tattooed BIOS) of which some features including overclocking and increasing the VRAM are locked.

 

This is done in the best interest of safeguarding the PC for the optimal performance and not to cause any extensive component failure.

 

To conclude, the VRAM on your PC is already shared with a specific value and its locked and cannot be changed.

 

Hope the information shared will help you. Please share for more.

 

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