I am currently away from my tower pc, so my specs will be posted later today. The pc in question is able to run the "trial" of it on a bootable usb (SD card in adapter, it works and has worked before with chromium OS) I believe I have installed the correct version onto the SD card, but I believe that there is nothing wrong with the distro or the installation, as I have partitioned the HDD in the manner that the guide on the website has done. (www.bandshed.net/AVLinux.html) This is the site I got it from. I can't figure out how to get the torrent download to work, so I used the secondary download mirror. I downloaded the 2nd file, the 2.7 GB one. What would anyone reccomend doing? I have tried it with the hard drive partitioned in ext2,3,and 4 (the only modes available by using gparted and such.) I get to the screen where it says It's been installed, and then when the command line says to remove usb and hit enter, I do that, and it reboots, but doesn't get any farther than that. I partitioned 75 GB for ext, and the remaining 1-2 GB for linux-swap. I used the correct swap partition and correct /home partition. I used the /boot drive, not the 1st option for advanced users or whatever. If you need any more information I'll gladly do it again and walk you through what I did, but I followed the guide on the www.bandshed.net/avlinux.html distro site. Please help, as the only other distros I've installed were Mint and I didn't choose to install a Unetbootin of ubuntu. AV linux looks like great fun for a secondary system for editing with something besides windows movie maker, and it is a fun distro from the hour I've used it just playing around on the bootable usb. Thanks Chris W BTW- I've got a Pentium, AMD GPU of some sort, and ~4GB ram. It can run windows 7, and I plan on using a 80GB HDD as opposed to my 250GB Windows 7 HDD, so as to easily switch between the two OS's without sacrificing boot time, allowing me to make sandwitches and eat food while the PC boots.