|If the amount of RAM assigned to the Intel graphics chip can be increased, the feature will be in BIOS Setup:|
Turn laptop off.
Turn it on and press <F2> key when the ASUS logo appears on-screen.
Look for section which contains video settings if there are any.
After making any changes remember to "Save to CMOS and Exit" (<F10>).
However, on many laptops you cannot change the amount of RAM assigned to graphics because it's fixed, with no video settings in the BIOS Setup.
Remember also that increasing video RAM will reduce the amount left for Windows, so it will slow down.