All right, here's the deal. I bought a Toshiba Satellite A75-S211 about a year and a half ago. The Integrated Graphics Card (the Mobility Radeon 9000) said that it had 64 MB of shared video memory, but it was user expandable to 128 MB. So I did that. But, I was reading a review of the system on zdnet.com http://reviews-zdnet.com.com/Toshiba_Satellite_A75_S211_Mobile_Pentium_4_538_3_2_GHz_15_4_TFT/4864-3121_16-31264915.html?ctype=msgid&messageSiteID=16&messageID=1557602&cval=1557602&tag=uolst And a user said that he had kicked the video memory up to 256. Is he lying or is there a way that I can do that? I know that it is shared memory from my total system ram, but i just bought and installed an extra GB of ram, so I have more than enough to share, if it is possible. I use the system for mostly doing graphic work (in photoshop, illustrator, dreamweaver, etc..), but I also like to play my games on it. And a 100% increase (i.e. 128 < 256) would be awesome for the latter, just as the previous 100% (64<128) helped exponentially. Thanks in advance.