[SOLVED] Installing Arch x86_64 to HP Chromebook 14 Model 14-q013 4GB

Hello All,
I've had success installing a basic Arch system to my HP Chromebook 14 Model 14-q013sa 4GB, but only if selecting x686 instead of x86_64
The result is, (it's very early days, so please excuse any mistakes) Gnome reporting only 2GB RAM
free -m lists 2010 Total also.
I have tried pressing TAB on the x86_64 install and adding mem=4G or mem=4GB but it simply re-boots.
Any ideas at all for installing the 64bit version of Arch please?
Many thanks everyone.
Last edited by frazer (2014-05-13 13:48:18)

It seems that chromebook has an  Intel® Celeron® 2955U processor  (http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Produ … U&sel=PCNB)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celeron_2 … C_22_nm.29
Looks like it should be a 64-bit processor.

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