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I am looking to change my dedicated video memory but there is no Chipset in my BIOS

I am using a Dell Inspiron 620 with Windows 7 Home Premium that has 4 GB of RAM


I have been attempting to play Counter Strike: Global Offensive and all I need to change is my dedicated video memory which is currently at 64 MB. I want to change it to at least 256 MB so I can play the game and I've read you have to go into the BIOS menu on startup but whenever I go into my systems BIOS, all it has is Advanced (no chipset config in there) Security, Exit and Main. From there I can find no option to change my dedicated video memory. Please help I really want to play this game.
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  1. Many Oem systems (Dell, HP, etc) have a limited bios & do not have the ability to 'add' or change the memory allocated to video. If it exists, it would be under the Advanced selection.
  2. jimpz said:
    Many Oem systems (Dell, HP, etc) have a limited bios & do not have the ability to 'add' or change the memory allocated to video. If it exists, it would be under the Advanced selection.


    So is there no way to change my dedicated video memory?
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    probably not, I didn't see any indication of that on the Dell web site & systems like that were never designed to be gaming/video machines, hence the 'lower' quality graphics put into them.You would need to purchase a dedicated video card.
  4. jimpz said:
    probably not, I didn't see any indication of that on the Dell web site & systems like that were never designed to be gaming/video machines, hence the 'lower' quality graphics put into them.You would need to purchase a dedicated video card.


    ok thanks
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