"Display driver stopped responding" error message might come up in case of Intel HD video cards. Crash in Intel OpenGL driver while opening a plan.
The video card might run out of memory in case of files with huge textures.
In most cases, your computer manufacturer has already configured your computer to use the maximum amount of graphics memory that is possible for your particular computer model. This maximum amount supported by your computer model may be less than the maximum amount supported by the Intel integrated graphics product itself. Check with your computer manufacturer for the actual maximum graphics memory supported by your computer and whether it is possible to increase the amount of graphics memory of your computer.
If you are using Windows XP or Windows 2000, a setting may be available in your computer's system BIOS that allows you to increase your graphics memory to the maximum amount (often called "Maximum DVMT"). This setting is not commonly available on laptops. Your computer manufacturer can tell you whether this setting is available.
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