How do you install a video card in a laptop?
The short answer is that you don't. Laptops are limited in upgradeable parts, typically only memory and hard-drives. Video cards on laptops are not plug in cards like a desktop.
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…
Would the Asus Geforce Gtx680 4gb ddr5 pci-e video card work on a toshiba satellite l750 And what PCI express does it have?
The short answer is no. The computer you're mentioning is a laptop. The card you mention is a desktop video card. There is no expansion slot for the laptop you mention for a video card like the one you asked about. Now there *are* some laptops that do have the ability to replace and/or upgrade your video card. The Toshiba you mentioned is not one of them. It's video card is built right into the…
A video card can be added, but the memory can't be expanded enough to create a decent gaming computer. I personally own a HP ZE4500 and you can bring total memory up to 2gb of ram, with 2x1gb sticks, I've done it with mine and it works. Also with the video card upgrade it plays quite alot of mid-range games perfectly fine!
Is it possible to replace the ati video card with 30mb memory in your thinkpad t42 with ati video card with 128 mb memory?
Its quite impossible. If it is, the card itself will probally be more than the actual laptop itself so you should just get new laptop if you want something better. Its quite impossible. If it is, the card itself will probally be more than the actual laptop itself so you should just get new laptop if you want something better.
It depends on what you are doing and if you have a desktop or a laptop. If you are a gamer, then you will know if you need to upgrade to a better video card to play the game. If not, then you will probably be fine with the integrated one, unless you are running high - end business programs. Oh, and if you have a laptop then you cannot upgrade or change the video…
How can you reinstall my wireless card in my laptop if its already integrated in the laptop itself i had to reinstall win xp but now i cant pick up any internet signals...help?
To install a new PCI video card one must first turn off their computer. Taking the tower of the computer and unscrewing it. Than finding the motherboard and placing the PCI video card into the motherboard, into the slot that is made for it. Than screw the tower back together and turn on the computer.
Definetly a desktop. Most desktops nowadays come with a PCI-16X or PCI-Express slot in the mother board for video cards. And you can install any type of graphics card you want. Most desktops also come with a gaming graphics card, and if you dont like what you have, you can simply remove it and buy the one you want, or upgrade it. But in a laptop you are restricted to what you have inside you…
How can someone Upgrade Toshiba a200 video card e.g. send of to Toshiba then what upgrades can i get?
If your laptop has the MXM type video card it can be upgraded but not without stripping the laptop down. The MXM type card fits into a slot on the motherboard (My Toshiba Sat Pro A200 has the ATI HD2400) I upgraded this to the ATI HD 3450 which was bought from ebay. If your laptop has builtin graphics such as Intels X3100 you can't upgrade it at all.