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wiliamsmith10 24th June 2010 11:51

Fedora not install
 
hey i have P4 3.0ghz,2 gb ram, 101 motherboard.
but my problem is when i am trying to install Fedora my computer is just frieze. and i am not able to do any thing so i restart it.

falko 25th June 2010 15:37

Which Fedora version? I guess your hardware isn't supported, so you might want to try another distribution such as Ubuntu.

jackelliot 24th July 2010 08:45

Fedora not install
 
ok so i have so iso's for fedora all of them are titled like this "Fedora-9-i386-disc1" xept the # at the end changes and there is 6 iso's should i burn all of them on different disc's or all together?

cvgeeks 25th July 2010 07:09

Funny but I had a similar setup as you infact I had several 1U servers all with this very configuration and I was learning about installing Fedora when I came across an issue while running the installer.

My server kept freezing not at the same point but it was a random freez in no place inparticular during the install. The fedora disc #1 at the begining has a nice memory testing utility it feels alot like memtest (not sure if thats what it is) but it feels like that. Anyway I ran this nice utility and sure enough I saw all these red lines with white text and it was all bad ram. So I replaced the ram and my install went flawlessly this time.

I'm not sure if this is your problem but that happend to me and thats what i did to fix it.

Hope this helps you. :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by wiliamsmith10 (Post 231915)
hey i have P4 3.0ghz,2 gb ram, 101 motherboard.
but my problem is when i am trying to install Fedora my computer is just frieze. and i am not able to do any thing so i restart it.


cvgeeks 25th July 2010 07:10

I burnt all my disc's on seperate cd's. This worked great for me.

Hope this helps you. :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by jackelliot (Post 234598)
ok so i have so iso's for fedora all of them are titled like this "Fedora-9-i386-disc1" xept the # at the end changes and there is 6 iso's should i burn all of them on different disc's or all together?



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