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    64bit Lubuntu won't boot after install. PC has no UEFI or Secure Boot options in bios

    Hello everyone.
    I'm trying to install lubuntu to take advantage of the lightweight OS. The 32 bit OS version installs just fine from a flash drive and operated flawlessly. However I need a 64 bit one and that one does not install so well. Where the 32 bit one can be installed directly from the USB drive boot menu, the 64 bit has to be installed via the installation tool from within the flash drive bootable OS . This computer is a dated Intel Q8300 with a DQ3510J_ motherboard. It has no UEFI or secure boot options in the bios which so many answers on the internet seem to refer to when it comes to fixing the boot failures.

    I used the following settings when burning the bootable drive:


    How do I install the 64 bit lubuntu OS to get it up and running on this machine? I use the 3rd partitioning option during the installation which erases everything from the drive. What am I missing?

    Thanks fellas.
    Last edited by theconceptboy; July 17th, 2020 at 02:42 PM.

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