Satellite L300-110 - can I change the video card?

Is there a chance to change the video card in my laptop Toshiba L300-110? I have 2 GB of RAM and 160 HARD drive.



No, you can t change the video card because it s soldered onto the motherboard.

For more details, see this link from Toshiba:

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