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When I try to boot into Linux (SuSE 8.1), I am told that there is not enough memory to boot the kernel. I think it must be because I added more RAM to my PC (from 256MB to 512MB), as it worked perfectly before. I also tried Yoper, but it couldn't boot the x-server. It could have something to do with my BIOS, as I have altered it recently too. Help? huh.gif
that is a strange error your getting...
never seen something like that before...

it might have something to do with the bios
but i doubt it...because i have increased
my ram in my linux box and never had trouble
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