[Mageia-discuss] UEFI and Secure Boot
annew at kde.org
Wed Aug 22 19:07:08 CEST 2012
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On 22/08/12 17:40, Maurice Batey wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Aug 2012 17:25:41 +0100, I wrote:
>> I hadn't thought it appropriate to install 64-bit on a 2GB RAM
> Seems the NC110's 2-core Intel Atom processor *can* handle 64-bit,
> although it came with 32-bit Windows 7 Starter pre-installed!
> (Saw a remark on the 'net that to improve performance the 32-bit
> W7 should be replaced with the 64-bit version..)
> So will dig the 64-bit Mageia-2 .iso out and put that on the flash
> drive with that.
> Glad you mentioned 64-bit, Goh!
Interesting - My Acer Aspire One has an Intel Atom N550, which is also
said to be 64 bit - but the motherboard only supports 1GB RAM. Like
you, I thought that 64 bit isn't a likely candidate, but I'd be
interested to hear how you fare.
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