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Sebii

i dont know what to choose.

Mint might solve your problem. My older laptop had issues with bluetooth, network and sound card drivers with Ubuntu and i tried Mint and it worked right away. The build is more recent but i assume Manjaro which is much more uptodate should have worked if you had this exact issue.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well, i have a very old laptop with an intel celeron, 2gb ddr2 RAM and i cant seem to find a working 32 bit iso of anything. windows 7 is not finding any drivers, Lubuntu doesnt take boot changes in effect so i cant use that.

do you maybe have a recommendation with a downloadlink to a OS i could try?

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Manjaro XFCE? https://manjaro.org/download/32bit-xfce/

 

18 minutes ago, Sebii said:

windows 7 is not finding any drivers

is it thru auto update? 


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might depend on what you want to do with it.....

http://www.freedos.org/

Devuan i think does 32-bit

Void Linux

 

you will be looking for the "i386 - i686" images

except for maybe freedos


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Desperately needs an updated system :(

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so, i tried both and both of them had the problem like lubuntu, acpi is on eventho i turned it of both times with a boot parameter which doesnt safe.

 

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Mint might solve your problem. My older laptop had issues with bluetooth, network and sound card drivers with Ubuntu and i tried Mint and it worked right away. The build is more recent but i assume Manjaro which is much more uptodate should have worked if you had this exact issue.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 5/22/2019 at 5:06 PM, Franck said:

Mint might solve your problem. My older laptop had issues with bluetooth, network and sound card drivers with Ubuntu and i tried Mint and it worked right away. The build is more recent but i assume Manjaro which is much more uptodate should have worked if you had this exact issue.

ok, i'll try mint then!

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