Re: Weird, boot CPU (#0) not listed by the BIOS

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Gaspar Bakos wrote:
> First, is there a reason why is the reported architecture being i386
> instead of x64_86?

Sounds like you've got the i386 CDs, not the x86-64 ones.

Now for the bad news -- FC5 doesn't *have* a uniprocessor x86-64 kernel.
So if the same problem occurs on x86-64, you've got problems.

You might want to download the x86-64 rescue CD and see if that boots.

Hope this helps,


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