Increasing video RAM gives you higher texture quality in games and more fluidity with watching films. Your laptop relies on video RAM to display anything on its screen, from your desktop to multimedia application image data. This kind of RAM acts independently from your other RAM, but exists as a part of the memory repository. Changing this value involves accessing your laptop's basic input/output system and changing the chipset's configuration to allocate a much larger value for video RAM.
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Restart your laptop and press "F1" or "Esc" on your keyboard when you see the first loading screen.
Access "Advanced Chipset Features" or "Advanced." This depends on your Toshiba model.
Press "Enter" on "On-Chip Frame Buffer Size." Select the amount of video memory you want from the available choices. Press "F10" when you finish, type "Y" and press "Enter" on your keyboard. This restarts the laptop with the new settings.
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