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Problem in installing fedora 9 or fedora 10

I am having MSI 8237 CHIPSET
graphics memory - 64 MB
RAM - 1 GB
when i tries to install the Fedora 9 or 10
it detect hardware but after loading that .. when the first graphical menu to select by mouse (probably to selecr language ) come my system get hangged ...
what to do ...
plz help me
.........

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  • inform2atul Jan 28, 2009

    i tried but still having same problem.

    it get hangged when the installation gets the first graphical interface (not blue one but the interface which comes after detecting hardwares)

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    it's fedora 14 virtual box. after installing when pendrive connected it's light's on.but it is not coming in the screen.why?

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