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Video Card Question About My Laptop

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#1 klausdrachen


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Posted 27 February 2007 - 02:36 PM

I have a Toshiba Satellite A45-S250 model psa40u-0c1zrv. I'm looking to upgrade it a bit though because I really don't want to have to replace this computer for awhile so i've been looking into upgraded memory and hard drive and what not and I know that this model has integrated graphics but when it comes to computer hardware and what not I don't know much. My question is whether or not its even possible to upgrade the video graphics handling capacity of my computer even though the graphics are integrated as opposed to just being a video card like a desktop. I'm sure this is a bit of a noobish question but I just don't know enough about computer hardware.

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#2 Sterling14


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Posted 27 February 2007 - 04:55 PM

Sorry, you can't add a graphics/video card to laptops, your stuck with what it comes with :thumbsup: . I remember reading something before though that eventually they might be coming out with external graphics cards. The only problem with this is that you'll need another monitor to hook the card up to. Hope this helps!
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