I have an Intel i5 Toshiba Satellite L655-S51122 notebook running 64 bit Windows 7 and when I go to control panel and click performance information and tips and click 'view and print advanced information' or something along those lines, It says this for graphics:
|Display adapter type Intel(R) HD Graphics|
|Total available graphics memory||1696 MB|
|Dedicated graphics memory||64 MB|
|Dedicated system memory||0 MB|
|Shared system memory||1632 MB|
|Display adapter driver version||22.214.171.1249|
|Primary monitor resolution||1366x768|
|DirectX version||DirectX 10|
Is there a way to figure out more about the model of card? I also would like to know if I can play ArmA 2 on this, and that is the reason why I want to know this. It also says that it is " Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 460 @ 2.53GHz"
You're looking at it: it's just called Intel HD Graphics (1st-gen), which is what the 2010 CPUs like yours had.
I don't think it's going to run your game, at least very well, based on the comment here about a 2nd-gen model: