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Laptop help please....

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Hi I have a VAIO computer that i just got last month.
How do i know if i can upgrade its video card??
I'm interested in running some PC games on my system...
but i can't since my video card is terrible.

Help and a fast reply would be very nice.
Thank you for reading. :whistling:

Edited by emptyeyes, 15 July 2007 - 11:14 PM.

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99% of the time the only thing that can be upgraded in a laptop is the memory and the hard drive. So no, you won't be able to upgrade the graphics card.
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There are also desktop`s made my sony which are under the VAIO brand. If you do have a desktop please provide the model number so we can frind the manual online and help answer your question. On the other hand if this is in fact a laptop, like Titan8990 has already mentioned, you`ll be unable to upgrade your laptop graphics card due to a change in heat output, possibility that you have intergraded graphics and a number of other issues you`d encounter.
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