ith wrote:Hmm, I have one of those old computers, which require mint slide show to be removed, in order for the installer to work. The slide show made it impossible to install both Mint 13 and 14. Still, the system has 1GB of ram, Geforce 6200 and complex software works quite fine... mint slide show don't. I wonder, if flash has something to do with that slide show?
As I said, this is a fresh installation, so perhaps the deeper problems come from Mint/Ubuntu not quite supporting old systems
caf4926 wrote:I suspect that with 1GB RAM, once the live system has loaded it's taking so much of that, that you have limited resources for the installer to run as well.
caf4926 wrote:One reason why ubuntu has a way to bypass the live session and just run the installer.
That sounds interesting, but in other threads it is written that you need to boot from usb, which I am not sure is possible in the case of my computer.
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