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Checkout ubuntu, its the most user friendly version of linux, and its very fast. Simply burn the download to a CD, and when you turn on your computer hit F12 until it gives you a list of options. Choose CD/DVD and it will boot into Ubuntu. You can either have it running off of the CD, or choose to install it onto your harddrive.
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probably ur ram is faulty..replace with a standby n see.. also check for defective capacitors on the main/mother board.. reinstall os..
dis also do happen when ur cd/dvd rom drive is down or the cd frm
where u r installing is corrupted..
the above often take place with some error message(s)/blue screen.. but if there's no such displaying, esp if hangs/stops/power off during installation, it may b caused by the main/mother board or even the battery.. ..contact ur system admin/vendor....
it should autmatickly allocate the ram try taking out one module booting up windows shut down than put the other one in my acer aspire 4720z aka peace of **** only sees 1300 still so plez help if you figure how my email firstname.lastname@example.org plez