Hello I have an Acer Aspire X1200-ED5200A whichh has an integrated NVIDIA GeForce 8200. I am not very good with computers so I don't exactly understand what it means if a graphics card is integrated. Does that mean my graphics card is in the CPU? So if this is true does that mean my Proccesor has a built in graphics card which can I install into any other pc?
That GPU is built into the motherboard, which means that you cannot simply remove it and install it to another pc / laptop since the motherboard is specific to that laptop and would be near impossible to transfer.
Check out the user manual HERE. Will give you a much better idea as to what's going on.
The integrated graphics chip is a stand alone component on the motherboard in your case a NVIDIA NForce MCP78 692 BGA I suppose it may be possible to remove if it hasn't been soldered in but as any new MOBO designed for integrated graphics will be supplied with one already in place there's really no point in trying.
Looking in the manual your MOBO does have a PCI express slot so you could fit a dedicated graphics card if you so choose.
As to putting the CPU in another PC, yes it can be done but you need to be 100% sure that the two are compatible. If the new MOBO isn't designed to take your CPU it isn't going to work.
Just to clear up. The chip is a separate component (thanks for the clarification Belatucadrus!) on your motherboard not the CPU, though most CPU's nowadays come with integrated graphics you also have an Nvidia chip on the motherboard. You can't really transfer it to another pc unless the other pc has a slot on the motherboard for that specific card, you're better off buying a dedicated card for another pc. The cpu could be transferred but the Nvidia graphics wouldn't go with it.