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he said it wouldn't accept Peppermint ( 6 I think) nor the latest Ubuntu. He said it was due its processor (AMD).
We presently offer two different images: one for 32 bit systems (i386), and one for 64 bit systems (amd64).
It would be nice to know what the CPU actually is.Have you got the netbook make and model (usually found on a sticker underneath).It *may* be that the CPU can't handle PAE (Debian do a non-PAE version)
sudo dmidecode -t processor
sudo dmidecode -t processor | grep PAE
Have you tried booting a LiveUSB ?
Well step 1 is creating a LiveUSB stick with your distro of choice on it...Have you got access to a working PC (not chromebook) ?If so, which OS is it running ? .. Windows or Linux ?
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