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32 bit xface fedora will not boot

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I downloaded the 32 bit ver of xface fedora spin . I burned it to DVD. After I try to boot it will not boot at all so I try to re download it try to burn it again it dose burn it all the way and pass. But when I try to boot off DVD it dose not boot . So I try a burn copy of the 64bit ver and it boot's just fine . Any ideas

posted Oct 14, 2015 by anonymous

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I assume you meant Fedora-Live-Xfce-i686-22-3.iso. I just downloaded and booted using the ISO in a Virtual Machine.

Did you check the download checksum?

$ sha256sum Fedora-Live-Xfce-i686-22-3.iso
4b76fe7db8ee2ad24499e84abfa6830b4f75f45b5772cfcc905ea928cb6852ae Fedora-Live-Xfce-i686-22-3.iso

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