Originally posted by: Old Camper
Yep, it'll work fine.
Any 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System will run on the laptop. In fact, if you really wanted to, you could create two hard disk partitions and dual-boot (select which OS you want to use at startup).
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Yep thnks, i Did that. installed ubuntu 32 bit version and it had some errors, i couldnt open some things by KDE and stuff, Maybe there was an installation problem, cause it said something about the kernel wasnt compatible and i choose an image, but i formatted that partition and install ubuntu 64 bit version, and it worked perfectly.
SO i dont know yet, i'll have to try with other linux distro, like debian or fedora core.
Thanks for the help