Well given that I've now become better acquainted with them, I'll soon seek to make those processor upgrades for elementary OS to be installed upon my laptop in accordance with these prerequisites. Again thank you a great deal, much more and so on.
Elementary OS recommended system specifications for the best experience:
Recent Intel i3 or comparable dual-core 64-bit processor
4 GB of system memory (RAM)
Solid state drive (SSD) with 15 GB of free space
You could try, but in my opinion you should pick a lightweight GNU/Linux distributions(Xubuntu, Lubuntu etc.) can be ...
One thing I noticed while going through this old system was that it only had 2GB of RAM. I happened to have some memory laying around that worked for this system and after upgrading it to only 4GB of RAM and booting it up the 550RX fired right up.
It appears that this GPU needs more than 2GB of system memory to function.
Both the question and answers are old. But, if I understand them to today's version....on the install screen that lists the partitions on my hard drive there is a drop down selector under the list that lists the partitions again with the prompt: Device for boot loader installation:
is this where I can select the partition with the unwanted OS and that is ...
So after some more digging I found a post from 2014 here:
Turns out if you add this line: video=LVDS-1:d at the end of the line that shows up when you press the tab button when you are in the unetbootin bootup screen it will send the install to the external monitor.
Thanks to you reply it got me thinking and ...
The first thing you should try doing is simply unplugging and re-plugging the VGA connector in after the laptop has booted. This may send the signals of a new monitor being plugged in to Linux which may in turn enable the mirroring of the screen to VGA output.
The next thing you can try is pressing the button that would enable such an output. By default in ...