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I want to install the Debian testing linux version. But at a certain point of the installation, an error occurs:

Impossible to install kernel. a compatible kernel version is missing.

… or something like that...

I see that the image ISO of the DVD is less than 4GB, but is impossible that there is no compatible kernel version for the system.

I have an Asus X53Sc with Intel core I7-2630QM, Geforce GT 520MX.

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Are you sure you have the correct bitness for your system? – Hello71 Nov 20 '11 at 16:04
    
I found the solution. I download the daily release version of Debian wheezy testing, and finally I install it properly. – Kyrol Nov 20 '11 at 16:21
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I found the solution. I download the daily release version of Debian wheezy testing, and finally I install it properly.

It seems that developers fix this bug.

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