Increasing video memory on a laptop?


Nov 11, 2013
So over the year or so that I've had it, I've been upgrading my dell Latitude D630. I've added a higher clocked CPU, a larger hard drive, and 2gb more RAM. However, when I added the memory, I noticed two things: A. My windows experience index does not rise in the gaming category and B. There is no increase in memory allocated to the graphics adapter or shared. Does anyone know of a way to increased shared? I had looked in device manager, in the resources tab, but I don't know how to change any of the values. I had also thought of the registry, but I don't feel comfortable changing anything in there without knowing exactly what it will do. Thanks for the help!

Here are the full system specs-
Laptop- Dell Latitude D630
CPU- Intel Core 2 Duo 2.40ghz
RAM- 4GB DDR2 Dual Channel
HDD- 250 GB 7200 RPM SATA
Graphics Adapter- Intel Mobile 965 Express (64MB RAM allocated and 294 shared)
All graphics drivers up to date, BIOS version is revision A19.