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On my dads old dell it has i845gl intel extreme graphics. For some reason i cannot change the amount of video memory being used, its just stuck at 6mb, and its really slow in any games. Ive searched and i found that they "automatically adjust" for the app but ours wont. Im just looking for a way to manually change it to always run at 64mb.

The PC Specs are as follows:
Dell Demension 2350
Intel Celeron 1.8GHz
Intel i845GL Chipset
512MB RAM
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It's not going to help you much; as you probably know, you'd need a new video card to see improvement in modern games.
    
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