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Check that all appropriate linux drivers are installed your hardware. Especially your hard drives, motherboard chipset, and peripherals.
I'd also need to see a general report of what is happening (the Fedora error reports) to help you beyond that. The logs are stored /var/log
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Im sure you mean 1GB of ram.
Upgrading ram is possibly the easiest upgrade to a pc.Firstly shut down the computer and remove the wall plug.
Remove the casing
Make sure you touch something metal away from the case before entering the chassis of the computer... anti static wristbands are good.
As soon as you open the case you will see the dimm slots where the ram goes.
You will find two plastic clips on each ram module, just pull these back to release the ram and insert the new ram.You may need to push firmly down to lock them in.The clips will auto lock.
Just be careful not to push to hard as to damage the mainboard.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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