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Thread: M2N32-SLI DELUXE and Ubuntu

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    Default M2N32-SLI DELUXE and Ubuntu


    I have a M2N32-SLI DELUXE motherboard AM2 processor.

    I am a new guy to Linux; don't know too many Linux commands or other things.

    Recently, I downloaded several iso's of Ubuntu. I tried the 32 bit one, and the 64 bit one. I tried 6.06. I tried 6.10. Essentially, nothing worked. The disks lock up on bootup.

    Does anyone have any answers to the following:

    1. What version should I use?
    2. How can I get the version to run?
    3. If there are special boot commands, what are they? What is the correct syntax and where do the commands go?

    Believe me, I have tried all the obvious answers such as checking the hash, verifying the disk. Re-burning at slower speeds etc. The problem is clearly more complex than those.

    Thanks for your attention.


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