I am trying to install Ubuntu Linux from a USB to an old Dell Dimension PC using Windows XP and a Celeron D. Sorry I don't have the Dell model number. I get the error message: "kernel requires X86-64 CPU, but only detected i886 CPU - unable to boot please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU"
I entered the BIOS and tried to enable Intel visualization technology or AMD or Intel VT-x - whatever might look like it, but there is no option like this.
How can I fix this or get around this to install Linux?
I don't care if I lose the Windows XP OS, that's the point anyway.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks. Pete