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Old 6th February 2007, 16:56
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Default What version of Fedora Core 6 should I use?

I have a socket 754, Sempron +3400 CPU, K8NSNXP Gigabyte Mother Board, and 2GB Ram. I downloaded the i386 version of Fedora Core 6 but it keeps freezing up on the install. I'm plan on trying the x86 version next to see if I can finally get a working OS on my computer. Does any one know why I'm having so many problems getting Fedora to work on my computer?
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Old 7th February 2007, 18:56
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You can only use the i386 version on your computer. x86_64 does not work because you don't have a 64bit processor.
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