Hello, not sure if there is a solution to this but I figure you guys are my last best hope. I bought a couple of HP Pavilion desktop PCs a couple of years ago for my sons. I am hoping to play a new game with them that requires 2GB graphics card. The model number on them is 590-p0077c. These computers were not assembled by HP so HP doesn't recognize the serial numbers and cannot provide any support. Though the Sunflower motherboard has a slot for graphics card, the tower is small, the power supply is 180W and cannot be upgraded so I can't install a new card. My understanding is that the integrated graphics card can perform well and should meet the requirements if 2GB is allocated to the VRAM. I have upgraded the RAM to 20GB so I have plenty of memory for this. My problem is the firmware that controls the BIOS is limited and doesn't allow me to change the allocation from 1GB to 2GB. Here is my post on the game forum: Farming Simulator Game Forum. That post has pictures that show how the game is rendering and how my graphics card is performing when I run the game. I have tried allocating more memory to VRAM in Windows 10 to no avail. Does anyone have a suggestion of a possible solution short of buying new PCs?