The screenshot below shows how this setting looks like on an Asrock motherboard.
When you find the setting simply set the amount of "dedicated" memory your want your Intel HD Graphics to allocate when your computer starts and press to save the settings and reboot your computer.
Refer to the "Desktop Users" section below for more information and what to search in the BIOS.
Unfortunately, most laptop manufacturers do not include such setting in their BIOSes, so do not worry if you do not find one for your laptop.
Take a look at the initial screen to see the exact key you should press or consult your motherboard user's manual.
When you enter the BIOS, look for the Intel HD Graphics share memory setting, which is usually placed in a category like "Advanced", "Chipset Configuration" or something like that, if you cannot find it, consult your motherboard user's manual again, as it should be listed there.
A window with your video card properties will open and you will see the memory your Intel HD Graphics is using in the "Adapters" tab (take a look at the screenshots on the right).
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