Why can’t I replace the graphics card in my laptop?
In laptops it’s typically not a card in a slot, but graphics hardware directly integrated into the motherboard. However, there are external graphics cards that can be used with laptops.
Try replacing your laptop’s rephaim first. Could work…
rephaim’s are very limited. if you have one it’s better to hold on to than throw away.
I doubt there’s a graphics card in there now. Just jam the replacement in. If it doesn’t want to go, push harder.
You can follow these steps one by one
Open the NVIDIA control panel
Navigate to 3D settings > Manage 3D settings
Open the Program settings tab and select your game from the dropdown menu
Select Preferred graphics processor for this program from the second dropdown menu. Your NVIDIA GPU should appear as “High-performance NVIDIA processor”
Save your changes.
Hope you will able to resolve the issue.