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Hello,

i have a AMD athlon 64 i want to install RedHat 8.0 on it
it boots from RedHat CD and when i Enter to install RedHat
it gives error Clock 0 CPU 0 and gets hang
whereas AMD people says AMD athlon 64 supports both 64 and 32 bit OS
i don't know why it is happening
Did anyone knows ? why? and How to solve this problem?
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Gentoo has an AMD64 verision available and an excellent step by step installation handbook.
http://www.gentoo.org
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