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Do you know the make/ model number??

 

These are the specs I could find by using my Service Tag number. Do you see where is mentions the make, model, or size of my video card?

 

Quantity Parts # Part Description

 

1 PK653 Processor, T5450, 1.66, 2MB, Core Merom, M0

0 01323 INFORMATION..., NO ITEM

1 DF771 CORD..., Power, 125, 1M, C7, 2P Dual, United States

1 UX862 GUIDE..., OWNER..., 1520, ENGLAND/ENGLISH...

1 UY053 PLACEMAT..., GETTING STARTED..., 1520/1521, DAO/EMEA

1 YK181 Guide, Product, Information Client, DAO/BCC

1 NK750 Keyboard, 86, United States English, Single, Pointing Barents

1 XN074 Assembly, DVD+/-RW..., 8X Integrated Drive Electronics CGSY, Hitachi LG Data Storage

6 2864D Screw, M3X3, K SCREW HEAD..., MICROSOFT..., BLACK OXIDE...

1 KY767 ASSEMBLY..., BASE (ASSEMBLY OR GROUP)..., NOTEBOOK..., UNIFIED MEMORY ARCHITECTURE..., 1520

1 UW305 Heatsink, Central Processor Unit, Notebook, Unified Memory Architecture, SRM, 1520

1 UW320 Assembly, Cover, Hinge, Plastic 1520

1 PC559 Card, Wireless, Minicard, DW1390 Broadcom Corporation

4 FP554 Bumper, Liquid Crystal Display Rubber, Arctic Silver, Corsica Sapporo

1 PM501 Assembly, Cable, Printed CircuitBoard, Liquid Crystal Display Corsica/Sapporo/Lions Gate

1 XX047 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY..., 15.4WXGA, VIDEO ELEC. STDS. ASSOC...., TLF, SAMSUNG..., V2

2 UW316 Cover, Screw, Mylar, Inspiron Corsica/Gilligan/Sapporo Yebisu

1 PN182 KIT..., Software, Works, 8.5 English

1 UW284 Battery, Primary, 56WHR, 6C Lithium, Samsung Power Division

1 YX514 Kit, Software, DELL MEDIA DIRECT..., 3.3, CD Corsica

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Thanks! This program told me that the size of my video card is 8 MB. Does that sound right? Is that in the lower, average, or higher range of video cards?

 

I ran this program on my other computer and it told me the amount of memory in my video card is 0. Any idea why?

 

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Integrated Intel graphics that has no memory of its own (some do, yours is one that doesn't), and gets its memory from system ram. There may or may not be a setting in the bios or possibly the Intel graphics control panel that will allow you to allocate a set amount, but doubtful.

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Integrated Intel graphics that has no memory of its own (some do, yours is one that doesn't), and gets its memory from system ram. There may or may not be a setting in the bios or possibly the Intel graphics control panel that will allow you to allocate a set amount, but doubtful.

 

Is integrated or non-integrated better?
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I don't think you can do anything about the graphics on a laptop, but from the review I see...good luck!

http://reviews.cnet.com/laptops/dell-inspiron-1520/4505-3121_7-32471366.html

 

The other notebook I was referring to most recently was not the Dell you referred me to. It was my Acer 7741Z-4815. Edited by MrHappyGoLucky12
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