01-29-2009 08:01 PM
Pretty much NO.
There are a handful of higher end laptops (not found in retail stores) where you might have a choice of one upgrade on a videocard. But it would be extremely limited and you completely have to take the laptop apart to install a different card.
With laptops you are stuck with what you bought.
01-30-2009 01:18 PM
i was wondering if there was a way to put a new graphics card on my laptop?
if so please help me out.
In most laptops (Including any that use an "integrated" graphics chipset such as Intel GMA), no.
In the remaining laptops - not without voiding your warranty. For example, Dell Inspiron 8000, 8100, and 8200 models all used the same (manufacturer and model specific) video card form factor, so I8000 owners could call Dell Spare Parts and order a "replacement" Inspiron 8200 video card as an upgrade. Similar things were possible with the Dell E1705 and similar generation models (a lsome people shoehorned the video card from the same generation XPS into the E1705). That said, unless you know EXACTLY what you are doing, you shouldn't be doing it.
01-31-2009 06:42 PM
Thanks for your question, please check out a similar post here: http://forums.bestbuy.com/bb/board/message?board.i
As stated earlier this type of upgrade is unlikely or impractical. Let us know if you need further help!