I am trying to get Lakka running on a Pentium 4 system and I am not succeeding.
First of all, the live image wouldn’t boot, because the BIOS does not support GPT. Is there any reason why this is distributed as a GPT image and not MBR? Because if you install Lakka, it does so on an MBR volume…
Anyway, I used a machine that could boot from the GPT disk to install Lakka in the otehr machine’s hard drive, and that was solved.
but now the computer gets stuck in a loop at boot… It keeps flashing between the Lakka logo and some black and white graphic that looks wavey? Kind of like the PSP menu screen… Sorry I cannot explain it any better, here’s a tiny video:
Now things I thought could be the problem here are:
- the amount of RAM
- the video hardware.
The system currently has only 512MB of RAM, and it’s using its onboard “Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900” video hardware.
Anybody thinks those two would be a problem? If it’s the video hardware, I don’t have that many options to solve it, the machine has either 2 PCI slots or 1 PCI Expresss 1x slot. Not really sure what video options, compatible with Lakka, I have in such form factors,
Any help greatly appreciated!