yep - its one reason why i like ventoy you can have a few iso (intact as you download them ) on stick (after formatting ) . Then you can delete some put others on .Thanks for the reply. Is it possible to drop multiple iso on same pen drive? I don't know much about installation.
It is 32 bit OS.
Thanks bro. I'll use ventoyyep - its one reason why i like ventoy you can have a few iso (intact as you download them ) on stick (after formatting ) . Then you can delete some put others on .
eg My stick
│ ├── antiX-19.2_x64-full.iso
│ ├── bionicpup64-8.0-uefi.iso
│ ├── linux-lite-5.0-64bit.iso
│ ├── pureos-9.0-gnome-live_20200126-amd64.hybrid.iso
│ ├── rescatux-0.73.iso
│ ├── super_grub2_disk_hybrid_2.04s1.iso
│ └── systemrescuecd-amd64-6.1.4.iso
├── System Volume Information
│ ├── IndexerVolumeGuid
│ └── WPSettings.dat
How sure are you that you have a 32 bit processor ?
Determine if Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 is 32-bit or 64-bit
- Press and hold the Windows Key and the Pause key.
- In the System window, next to System type it will list 32-bit Operating System for a 32-bit version of Windows, and 64-bit Operating System if you're running the 64-bit version.
Thanks. I'll check it.Back in the day when 64 bit was new, they did ship with 32 bit windows. So don't just check the os, use a hardware utility to confirm your cpu architecture.
This is indeed important as not all distros support 32 bit these days.
However, I'm 99 percent sure Core 2 is all 64. I just installed Linux Mint Mate on a family member's duo. It worked fabulously.
All the suggestions above are fine, too. Boot a few iso before you install. Linux gives you choices
Yes ill check it. And I'll also add extra RAM as i got some extra. Thanks for your support.I asked which processor...32 or 64....for the same reason @furtom has put forward....I too am fairly certain that all Core 2 machines are in fact 64 bit
CPU-Z provides that info (and more ). Best to make sure. If it is 64 bit, it opens up a whole swag of OS's that you can use.....especially with 4 GB of ram......
CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system : Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels. Mainboard and chipset. Memory type, size, timings, and module specifications (SPD). Real time measurement of each...www.cpuid.com