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So basically i have two questions right now.. if you look at this screen shot you can see that my screen resolution looks norrmal but in reality its like orta zoomed in and i can't see everything on it. But also as you can see it says i have available graphics memory, but it only dedicated 64mb towards memory. I was wondering if there is any way that I can change that around and give it more than 64mb. Anyone know at least one of these questions? lol.
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1) Are you using two monitors? A projector? You must have extended your desktop somehow.
2) You can change the amount of shared memory in the BIOS.
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1) Are you using two monitors? A projector? You must have extended your desktop somehow.
2) You can change the amount of shared memory in the BIOS.
I'm using a monitor. and its not extended cause the laptop screen is black but the monitor im using is working. And i've looked in my bios. What should i look for in my bios?
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Would it help if i said that my laptop is a HP Pavilion dm4-1162us?

http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/biz...dTypeId=321957
Edited by jonespwns - 5/18/11 at 8:23pm
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I'm using a monitor. and its not extended cause the laptop screen is black but the monitor im using is working. And i've looked in my bios. What should i look for in my bios?
I'm guessing the laptop and monitor dimensions aren't the same. You must have chosen the wrong resolution for the monitor.

As for shared memory, it should be pretty straight forward.
Have a look up the laptop manual if you still have it.
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I'm having the same problem on my desktop. I have a Clarkdale Intel Core I3-530 with Intel HD Graphics (Core I3) and 4 GB DDR3 RAM. I checked the same screen jonespwns did and it showed pretty much the same thing. 1696 MB available graphics memory, but only 64 MB is dedicated. The remaining 1632 MB is shared system memory. I am only using 1 monitor and have not been in the BIOS yet. So, in theory, we should just be able to tell the computer to dedicate more graphics memory to graphics. Seeing this finally helps me understand how my 2010 computer is outperformed by a 2007 computer.
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