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Thread: Changing Memory on On-Board VGA for Shuttle MN31N

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    Exclamation Changing Memory on On-Board VGA for Shuttle MN31N

    Hi all,

    I have a Shuttle MN31N board, currently with 256 MB of RAM. I am planning to upgrade this to 512 MB, but I am wondering if it will be possible to change the amount of memory for the onboard video?

    Right now, it's at 32 MB, which I think is a bit low...I bought this board for flight sims, and upon trying the demo of LO:MAC, I was disappointed, and attributed this to both my low RAM and the low onboard VGA RAM. Am I right?

    Thanks for your help!

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    yup, go into bios, and goto advanced chipset features (i think) then goto AGP Apeture (sp?) size, and alter it from all they way from 32 to 128
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