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Published on 27 May 2008 | over 9 years ago

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This video will show you in great detail how to remove your graphics card in your laptop or notebook. This process is hard, but I will show you how to do it without damaging or hurting your laptop.

This is **PROOF OF CONCEPT** This method will not work with every laptop as each is designed and configured differently.

PC Details:
Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop
Windows Vista: Home Edition (SP1)
Note: I have Virtual PC which allows me to run multiple OS's at one time. (Vista Business & XP & Linux) However, I use Vista: Home Edition as my main OS.

1GB memory (Will upgrade later)
74GB hard drive (I have an external HDD)
Intel Core Duo CPU T2250 @ 1.73 GHz Each
ATI X1400 Mobility Radeon Graphics Card
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