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You can't -- it's attached to the CPU.

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You can swap a graphic card later on which you have use with the laptop.

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No you cannot install a new graphics card into a laptop, however if you have a very thick laptop it's very risky but it can be done. A normal laptop however cannot, consider buying a new laptop.

Depending on the graphic needs of a laptop, graphic cards can vary in prices. Top names such as GeForce can range from $45 up to $300 and Radeon from $100 to $1000. Everyday use for the average laptop, a graphic card would run in the mid $50 range.

any laptop with 4 gigabyte RAM and 1 gigabyte graphic card will work perfectly!

There is no graphics card to change as the graphic chips are built into the motherboard. This is common with most makes of laptop computers.

install a wireless card on your laptop, and have wireless internet (via modem) in your home

Depending on which laptop you have, there is a low chance of putting a dedicated graphics card in your laptop. Most laptops have a intergrated graphics card(GPU) which CANNOT be upgraded as it is part of the motherboard(solderd on the motherboard). If you give me the details of your laptop IE name i can see if it can be upgraded.

If you mean you want to use a graphic card and not your onboard graphics , then yes. But you don't touch the chip, when you install a card into the slot, and remove your onboard graphic drivers, then install your card drivers, then you will be using the card. Most cards will tell you how to install the card and when to uninstall drivers and when to install them. Almost all motherboards have a slot that can run a graphics card. Just make sure its better than your onboard or you will be wasting your time.

First, you need to have a wireless router. Second, install an airport card to the laptop.

Graphic card is a video graphic card. This card can be used in the computer or car to make a game graphic better.

You must first remove your current sound card, and depending on what type of laptop you have will determine where it is located, than insert the new sound card usually with the upper label facing up. From there you just install the necessary software provided with the sound card.

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Yes, most if not all laptop come along with a graphics card on them. Most of the time they are embedded into the motherboard and cannot be removed. But you can buy gaming laptop such as the Alien Ware laptop lines who all come with graphic cards separate from the motherboard.

Previous Reply:No. That model has integrated graphics only. No space to put in a replacement card.This is somewhat incorrect, you cannot replace a card that already doesn't exist in a laptop, but it is possible to add graphics via an external graphics card provided you have a thunderbolt port.Updated Answer:Yes, it is possible to install better graphics to a laptop. The previous answer-er was correct in saying you cannot install a graphics card in your model. But if you had a laptop with a thunderbolt connector, then you could buy a graphics card dock for about $200 USD.In all, I don't believe you are able to, because you don't have a thunderbolt connector in your laptop model.

Yes there is. You can visit for step by step instructions on how to do so.

A laptop is a computer. You can easily compare desktops and laptops by comparing the amount of RAM, the hard drive capacity, the processor speed, and the graphic card.

You would need XP or higher, have Roblox downloaded, and have a good graphic card with a good fps rate.

no we do not won't a graphic card

Turn power off.Open computer case.Remove old graphics card.Place new one in place of old one.Close computer case.Turn power on.Install graphic card drivers.Play on.

If the graphic card is supported by the PC then you can any one the slots which has the exact/same no of pins (copper plated). Don't start counting, check the manuals of both the mother board and the graphic card. Most of these things are standard, so there is very less chance that you will have varying nos.

I am Guessing its your Graphic card I have Napoleon Total war and it don't work i need to get a new Graphic card Rome Total War is Quite Good BTW ;)

It depends on the computer model, it would require you to disassemble the laptop swap video cards then reassemble the laptop and this would be likely damage the computer. I too have looked into this.