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what could be this linux setup problem

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old goldstar pc with(p-60/8M memory/200Mb HD/2x cd-rom/3.5 Flp/ not able boot from cd-rom/ami bios v1.xx 1992/redhat 6.2 from a book)

boot from disk is not working, the lilo is not even show up. the hd partition is not working under the linux's tool. autoboot is not able to reboot automatically. autoboot did not able to boot the pc after reset manuly.

what could be the problem and how to slove??
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Actually the memory and harddisk size is too low for install RH6.2. If using custom install, you will possible to install RH6.2 with 200M harddisk but 8MB memory is not enough for the setup program to run. To slove this problem, you can try other version of Linux or upgrade your memory.
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