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Help with laptop graphics Card

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I have an Aspire laptop 5610-2273 (new). (intel pentium dual-core processor T2060, 1.60 GHz 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB L2 cache, 15.4" WXGA Acer CrystalBrite LCD 16ms, intel graphics media accelerator 950)
Well im having graphics card problems (i think) Im a big gamer so i love to play computer games. But when i play warcraft3, World Of Warcraft, Pirate King Online etc. it crashes. My computer goes blank and makes a low beeping noice so then i shut it off. Well i also an artist and want to get a animation art program for my computer. Idk what to do cuz of my graphics card problem. Is there a way that i can get a new graphics card for my laptop? or is it built in to the motherbroad so there is no way to put it in? I need a quick fix without getting a new computer.
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The intel video on acers are integrated into the motherboard. They cannont be upgraded. I would recomned selling the acer and getting a dell XPS.
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hudihoo is correct on the integrated part, but I reccomend you building your own custom gaming PC from http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/. I ordered a custom PC from their and I am completly happy with it. If you have any questions about building a PC feel free to post in the System Building and Upgrading forum
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