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Topic # 9644 3-Oct-2006 06:07
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With my notebook comes graphic media accelerator 900 with 64 MB shared.Problem is....minimum size of memory for graphic is 8MB,maximum 64MB.Curently alocated is 8MB.J can't change size of memory in BIOS.It's locked??? In windows there no such option...Does someone now how J can change memory size on my graphic card?????   Another question...if my battery is in my notebook and J use AC DC adaptor,does my battery will "die" faster???

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  Reply # 47371 3-Oct-2006 09:56
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You can't change the graphics memory on a laptop. Unless the video card comes with its own memory, your system will always try to share memory as needed to the maximum allowed.

As for the battery, there's no problem in having it inserted while the laptop is powered directly from the mains.





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