How to increase dedicated video ram windows 10

i want to increase my dedicated video ram but i dont know how pls list a step by step way to increase it (windows 10)
 

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Hi Michael,

Do you want to increase the Virtual memory?

If you want to increase the size of Video Memory, you need to know which graphics card is present in your computer. Check manual or order details of your computer.

To increase Virtual memory, you can check the steps in the following link for Windows 7 and try the same steps in Windows 10 and it should work.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/change-virtual-memory-size#1TC=windows-7

To increase Intel HD Graphics Dedicated video memory, click on the following link and go through the steps.

http://www.pvladov.com/2013/10/increase-intel-hd-graphics-dedicated-video-memory.html

Reply with your system model or graphics card model so that other community members can also help you.

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Rickey

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I will reply my system model when i have time but can u tell me how to enter BIOS in windows10?

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I will reply my system model when i have time but can u tell me how to enter BIOS in windows10?

Start > Settings > Update and Security > Recovery > Advanced Startup > Restart Now

In the new menu prompted: Troubleshoot > Advanced > UEFI Settings

I would also like to know how to get more dedicated video ram. My specs:

HP Envy m6 Notebook

AMD FX 8800P @ 2.1 Gig. 12 Computer Cores 4C + 8G

AMD Radeon R7 Graphics

Windows 10 OS

Direct X 11

BIOS Version .12

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Hay In mostly HP models you can enter .....In BIOS menu By click "Esc" continuely......i hope i helped you

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I will reply my system model when i have time but can u tell me how to enter BIOS in windows10?

HP Envy m6 Notebook

AMD FX 8800P @ 2.1 Gig. 12 Computer Cores 4C + 8G

AMD Radeon R7 Graphics

Windows 10 OS

Direct X 11

BIOS Version .12

If you have no joy with holding down the escape key to gain access to your bios HP recommends the following:

Restart your laptop and hold down F1 or F10 - HP recently changed from Esc key to the F10 key ;)

(I also use a HP Envy Recline 23-K080EA and it is F10 to enter the BIOS).

Here is the HP support Link with :

http://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c00034791

It also gives step by step guide to UEFI (included below - just in case anyone else is stuck with similar models).

  • Pre-UEFI, before 2008 for most models.
    With the computer turned Off, press the power button to turn On the computer, and repeatedly press the F10 key. Normally, the Compaq or HP splash screen will display a message to press F10 to enter the BIOS just before the BIOS menu is displayed.
  • UEFI Enabled, 2008 to mid 2011 for most models.
    If the computer has the UEFI pre-BIOS environment, when the Compaq or HP splash screen displays, you are prompted to press Escape to enter Start Up Menu. Then there is a prompt to press F10 to enter the BIOS Setup.
    Because of the different types of CPUs and BIOS configurations, it may be possible to turn On the power and press F10 for the BIOS without going through the UEFI Start Up Menu.
  • Shortened Startup without splash screen, mid-2011 or later for most models.
    To help computers start faster, on some models the Compaq or HP splash screen is not displayed during the start up process. In this case, after pressing the power button, repeatedly press the Esc key to enter the Start Up Menu, and follow the prompt to press F10 to enter the BIOS Setup.

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Hello this is quick but what should I have for my paging file size. It has a 'Initial' and a 'Maximum'. 

Acer Aspire E5 Intel Pentium Quad Core Processor (2.66GHz)

Intel HD Graphics

8GB RAM

1TB HDD

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Why all you need is 1 GB vram on the GPU for 1080p in most games and no more than that for anything else outside of 4K or editing if your APU  has 512 GB it *should*  reserve at least 1 GB for the GPU pipe . 

OTOH i don't know what your APU has probably a lot less than I GB .


IGPU/APU v ram + system ram sucks for gaming it's fine for HD video though .

Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it !
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Leave it alone and let windows manage  it you only need to adjust it (sometimes) if you have like 1 or 2 GB of ram and Windows 10 10586 has a much faster compressed ram page file anyway so the virtual memory size is best managed by Windows even if you are ruining Windows 7 x64 with 8 GB ram . 
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hi i dont know if this is still open but i have a toshiba satalite c55 c5381 but i need to expand the dedicated video memory on this laptop 

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I want to increase my dedicated video ram but I don't know how. I really want to play farming simulator 15. Here are my specs.

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3227U CPU @1.90GHz  1.90 GHz

Installed Memory (RAM): 6.00 GB

64 bit operating system x64 based processor

Windows 10 Home

BIOS Version 14

Dell Computer 

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