Solved is there a way to get graphics settings showing up in BIOS ?

June 9, 2016 at 11:22:20
Specs: Windows 8.1, Intel core i3 / 4 Gb RAM
after loosing hope , about my DELL inspiron n5050 laptop , i saw videos showing that you can actually increase your Intel HD graphics 3000 dedicated memory , by accessing to the option " Graphics configuration " in your BIOS setup menu . The problem is that i don't have this option . Shall i guard this hope of increasing my vram , or it's just impossible .

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June 9, 2016 at 13:53:34
If you had a gaming laptop with decent graphics & actual dedicated RAM (not shared memory), you wouldn't have to ask any of these questions. But what you have an entry level laptop, not a gamer. Check the links I posted in response #1, especially the 1st one.

As for your question in #3, it's highly unlikely anyone would create a hacked BIOS for a low end laptop. From the article you posted:

"Note that not all BIOS have hacked versions available"

"You may brick your computer's motherboard if you flash incorrectly or an error occurs, rendering it unusable."

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June 9, 2016 at 13:24:35
The setting either exists or it does not. There is no way to add it if it isn't there.
Such options are unusual in laptops which typically provide only basic settings.


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June 9, 2016 at 13:41:21

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June 9, 2016 at 13:53:34
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If you had a gaming laptop with decent graphics & actual dedicated RAM (not shared memory), you wouldn't have to ask any of these questions. But what you have an entry level laptop, not a gamer. Check the links I posted in response #1, especially the 1st one.

As for your question in #3, it's highly unlikely anyone would create a hacked BIOS for a low end laptop. From the article you posted:

"Note that not all BIOS have hacked versions available"

"You may brick your computer's motherboard if you flash incorrectly or an error occurs, rendering it unusable."

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