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Hi, I am having trouble installing Fedora 12 on my system.
- CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 (3.0Ghz, Conroe Dual-Core, Socket T/775, 1333 FSB, 4M L2 Cache)
- mother board (MSI G31m3 v2).
With Fedora 12, 32-bit install DVD:
Sometimes I get something like this message right after anaconda loads. (It goes quick so I dont have a chance to write it all down.)
Processor Socket 0 APIC
CPU Socket 0 APIC
. . .
Processor Context Corrupt
Sometimes the Fedora 12 install procedes normally through the whole setup, and halfway through the install but the screen goes blank and the PC reboots.
I re-downloaded and made another Fedora 12 install DVD but had the same results.
I also tried loading Fedora-12 64-bit, same errors.
I wonder if this is an actual hardware error because:
1) Fedora-11 32-bit installs with no errors.
2) Ubuntu-9.10 32-bit installs with no errors.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.