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Improving Laptop performance


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guitar_freak8894

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Starting this topic just to find out is there anyway to improve my laptop's gaming performance? I've bought the game Black & White 2 and I can just about run it on the lowest settings. I havent got the money to buy anything that would improve my laptop currently (like graphics cards for laptops if there are any?) but I'm open to any suggestions. If you advise me buying something then I'll consider it :). I'm hoping there is a way to increase my performance with what I have right now. Here's some specs:


Model: Toshiba Satellite C650
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Processor: Pentium ® Dual-Core CPU T4500 @2.30GHz 2.30GHz
Ram: 3.00GB (2.87GB usable)
Display Adapters: Mobile Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset Family


I'm not the best with computers so if there is anything that comes to mind step-by-step instructions would be appreciated. Also if you need to know anything else about my laptop just ask :unsure:.
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Can't upgrade graphics cards in laptops. Sorry.

Not really a lot you can do to make what is effectively a non-gaming laptop into one.

Sorry.
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i know its not a gaming laptop but if there was a way to boost the performance it would be handy. But there musnt be. I'll survive :).
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