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  1. You can try installing Linux Mint to a pen drive...

    You can try installing Linux Mint to a pen drive (Boot and run Linux from a USB flash memory stick | USB Pen Drive Linux) if you have an ISO image. If you have a CD/DVD, you can also extract the...
  2. You're better off making space on your hard drive...

    You're better off making space on your hard drive and installing Linux on a separate partition, so that you get the full benefits of your 64 bit processor. You might run into memory problems with...
  3. Just download the 64 bit variant of Linux Mint or...

    Just download the 64 bit variant of Linux Mint or Ubuntu, and install it. Your processor might not have virtualisation support. Check here by filtering the specifications (VT-x, VT-d, vPro). You...
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