how to play my videocard in maximum power

February 3, 2011 at 04:17:31
Specs: Windows 7
my videocard is build in ..it is 814 mb and didn't work in high power .....my video card is INTEL..it works on 128mb

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#1
February 3, 2011 at 04:36:11
Is it a desktop or laptop ?

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#2
February 3, 2011 at 05:05:28
Intel doesn't produce video cards they produce IGP's and other things. If it's laptop u have no options.

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#3
February 3, 2011 at 05:28:44
Your Intel IGP (integrated graphics processor) may not have any dedicated memory of it's own. There's probably a base setting of 128MB & additional memory is dynamically shared as it's needed. Intel graphics generally suck for anything other than general purpose use. If you think more memory will help with game play, think again. You need a real video card for that, not an IGP.

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#4
February 3, 2011 at 06:51:52
Look my videocard is build in
motherboard "intel G41 express chipset "
video BIOS"1800.0"
it is 814mb...it works on 128mb....How to increase it????
in pes2010 tells me that "the videocard doesn't have the necessary specifications to run this software( GPU:VRAM128).........it isn't working as a maximum power

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#5
February 4, 2011 at 11:58:56
Your Intel Graphics is not a video card and the application requires a proper Graphics Card to run.

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#6
February 4, 2011 at 12:21:28
A video adapter that is built into the mboard IS NOT A CARD !

Your video adapter is built into the Intel main chipset.

Look in your motherboard's bios Setup settings - you MAY be able increase the amount of ram (that is installed in the mboard) that is shared with the built in video adapter.

If that doesn't help, the only ways you can solve your problem are...
- if the computer is a desktop computer, if you have an available PCI-E X16 slot, buy a video card that does meet or exceed the software's requirements. However, you may also need to buy a power supply with more capacity (total output wattage).
- if the computer is a laptop, the video adapter is not removable. The only way to solve your problem is to buy a USB video adapter that does meet or exceed the software's requirements and connect an external monitor to it.
Examples in an older Topic here:
See response 1:
http://www.computing.net/answers/ha...


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