I have an 3 your old AMD computer with 4 MB's of ram and a 500 MB hard drive.
I am trying to leave Win XP on part of the drive and install Ubuntu on another part. I had a copy of 13.1 so I used that. The first time I I partitioned the hard using 200 mb's for Ubuntu.
That didn't work at all. As soon as I booted it froze up. So I re-installed 13.1 again, the box where I would completely remove the old 13.1. and thing time I selected to download updated files during the installation and it did this and upgraded me to 14.01. That allow me to get to the log in screen but once I logged in every thing froze.
So I downloaded the 32 bit version of 14.01 and and tried again. This time I got logged in but the mouse almost froze. I can move it a few inches every 15 minutes. The desktop looks normal.
I don't really want to put Ubuntu on the complete hard drive as there is still some files on Win XP that I want to have access to.
I am running Ubuntu 13'1 on an IBM Think Pad and it works fine.
Any ideas on how to get it working on this AMD processor.
I did see a download called Mac and 64 bit but the link was dead.