As far as I have kept track of, no. I also have this issue with the integrated graphics, different programs and manufactuers however If it isn't in the Bios (and most brand name laptop Bios' are very limited in configurability. Some brands have added different settings (say 64-128 for example) But mine doesn't and doubt yours does either.
Many have asked Intel to provide some means to change this, but usually just get the same "no need as it is dynamically allocated when needed...yes we all know..however we want a choice for those apps/games that aren't optimized or coded correctly. The most common issue though here is with gamers, as many games look for total dedicated ram, instead of total usable ram, limiting you from even installing an older game that should by all means not tax the integrated graphics much because it reports you have a total of 64 MB ram to work with and laughs at you while telling you to buy a pc built in the last 8 years..except this is one..
I had the same issue, found this thread then found the actual fix. It's not a problem with the hd3000, but a .net issue.
There's a MS hotfix for .net as well as some code in there you can plug in to your app which fixes some UIAutomation nastiness. It works....but wow what a time waste.