Solved Why does not all the shared cpu Dell Latitude E6400 Problems

Dell Genuine dell latitude e6400 e6500 9...
March 27, 2016 at 13:00:59
Specs: Windows 7, Intel Dual Core P8400 4GB Ram
i have a Dual Core P8400 and 2GB Ram and a Intel GMA4500 and the GPU is Total of 807MB Shared 743MB and 64MB dedicated GPU i test it in some games and shows me just 64MB is usable you can see here => i need help i cant game on this pc

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March 27, 2016 at 17:51:06
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The Latitude E6400 is a not a gamer, it's a business laptop (or at least it was 7-8 yrs ago).

The GMA4500 is a weak integrated GPU with no dedicated graphics memory. It uses 100% system memory, regardless of how it's reported. There might be an allocation setting in the BIOS that can be increased above 64MB, but it won't make up for the weakness of the GMA4500, plus you really should have more than 2GB RAM. Any memory used beyond the 64MB amount is shared dynamically on an as-needed basis. It will never show up during a "game requirements check".

Stick to older games, on low settings, with a low gaming resolution (800x600).

BTW, if you're going to post a link, make sure there's a space before it & after it.

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