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New Release: PhoenixOS v1.1.1 [64bit] & [32bit]

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  1. Bg260

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    #1 Bg260, Oct 12, 2016
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    Well, as far as I can tell, know one has been able to boot the 64bit version with an AMD chip. So If anybody has any luck please post results.
     
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    I tried the 64bit ISO on an AMD computer and it didn't work.

    When the live boot begins the screen goes blank and nothing happens.
     
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    I'm sorry, 64bit is very green with a promise for another release soon. I don't know of anyone that has had success yet.
    The other issue is the AMD processor. Androidx86 was originally developed using Intel©®™:( so compatability is always an issue.
    The 32bit is solid. I've not had a machine yet that wouldn't boot it. Phoenix also runs fine with only 4gb RAM.
    If you want to try it, I would suggest Rufus Installer as opposed to the Phoenix brand.
    Thank you for trying and replying. Hope you'll give it another shot.

    Also, are you booting through UEFI?
     
    #4 Bg260, Nov 6, 2016
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    No UEFI.

    I have an AMD computer so I wanted to test the 64 bit to give you more feedback since you mentioned issues with it.
     
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    I thank you very much. Ive looked through all the boot entries. I think it must be something in the initial RAM disk. Remix OS has a solid 64 bit.
     

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