Hey Guys, I recently tried to install Linux Mint (Version 64 bit MATE) on a "New" computer, using a 4.7GB DVD-R Disk. I downloaded the ISO File on a Mac, and installed it using disk utility, by selecting Open Image, and then burning the ISO as an image. I say "New" because the computer has never been used, but it is a bit old. I got to the auto-boot screen, but when it tries to Boot it gives me the following message:
Not Enough Memory to load specified image
When I try to type something into Boot:_, it gives me the following error:
"Cannot find specified Kernel."
I'm trying to install on a Dell Optiplex 740 with the following specs:
Phoenix Award BIOS (There is no setting called "Memory Hole")
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
Integrated Graphics set at 128 MB
2GB of DDR2 RAM
A 500GB SATA Hard Drive (Just put it in today, and yes it does show in BIOS)
My hard drive is set as my boot drive, then My CD Drive, then a USB Drive which I do not have.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!