My DVD drive and the DVD disk isn't bad, because I have downloaded the Fedora 9/10 DVD ISO from the original www.fedora.org
website, and have used a Brand New DVD+RW disk for the Fedora 9/10 installation DVD.
And also, I have also tried that, and it found absolutely nothing wrong with the DVD when it checked the disk.
Can it be because HP Pavilion a630n desktop computers (especially with the Intel P4 2.8GHz HT with SATA motherboard support) doesn't support / wasn't designed for Linux O.S.?
And if yes, then, would the latest computer specs listed below work with (for example Fedora Core 10 or the next version of Fedora Core that will come out):
Processor: "Intel Pentium E5200 Wolfdale 2.5GHz 2MB L2 Cache LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor - Retail "
Motherboard: (Latest/Newest/Brand New - Intel Dual-Core compatible motherboard).
Memory: DDR2 [2x] 1gb RAM
Hard Drive: 320gb - 750gb SATA/... Hard Drive
Power Supply: 300-550 watts power supply.
Would it work, or would I need to use some other kind of computer, such as Intel Pentium 4, LGA 775 3.0GHz w/1.5gb ram, etc... ?
Thank You Very Much.