When I am downloading Ubuntu to burn it and install on a partition, I keep getting the amd version (
ubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso). I don't have an amd processor but I have intel i7 3740QM.
On the download page I just see one link that's interesting (12.04 since it's stable), no option for intel processors. Should I still use this file?
I found another ISO file earlier but I'm not sure from there. It's filename is
ubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-i386.iso and I burned a CD from it. The reason I think it may be wrong is that when I'm booting from it I get the following message:
ata_id: HDIO_GET_IDENTITY failed for ´/dev/sdc´: Invalid argument
The boot stops there and I need to go reconfigure BIOS or eject the CD to boot again.
I figured there's something wrong with my CD so I'll burn another one so that's why I want to be sure I'm using the right ISO to burn.
In this questions there's someone getting the same or similar error message. Answers suggests that the message can be ignored - but I don't get further, that message is shown and the boot is not proceeding.