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JUST DO ONE THING FIRST IF YOUR BIOS BATTERY IS OLD THEN REPLACE IT THEN GOTO SETUP BY PRESSING DELETE OR F2 KEY THEN SET DATE & TIME GOTO BOOT DEVICES---PREFERENCES---SET FIRST BOOT DEVICE AS CD/DVD ROM OR HDD SAVE BY PRESSING F10
Linux will run on almost any hardware that is reasonably recent, as long as there is enough RAM and enough disc space. Which Linux distribution is right for you will depend on what you want to do with it but a good place to start would be Ubuntu. It installs easily on most systems and can happily cp-exist with Windows.