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Just joined the forum...been lurking for a couple of months and I've gotten a tremendous amount of help from just reading the posts.
My son has a Dell Inspiron, Vista, that is about 3-4 years old and he would like to upgrade the graphics card to play more and more of the latest games.
Can't upgrade one in a laptop...can you?
If not, then, can he use one of the "external ones" previously mentioned in this post?
Thanks in advance
Great forum with lots of useful info for us "old folks who aren't too computer savvy!
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