[CentOS] 32-bit CentOS

Tue Jul 9 18:40:06 UTC 2019
Dave Close <dave at compata.com>

It appears that CentOS 7 was the last one with a 32-bit version. I'm
trying to install it on an older laptop and having some trouble. I have
CentOS-7-i386-Everything-1810.iso and have verified it. Using either dd
or mediawriter to put a copy on a 16 GB thumb drive seems to work. But
then the laptop reports, "no boot image found". Note that the first 32 KB
of the iso is all zeros, meaning that there is no MBR or partition table

According to the 0_README.txt on the CentOS mirrors, the Everything ISO,
"contains the complete set of packages for  CentOS Linux 7. It can be 
used for installing or populating a local mirror. This image needs a
16GB USB flash drive as it is too large for DVD isos... You can burn
these images to a DVD or 'dd' them to a USB flash drive. After the boot
media has been prepared, boot the computer off the boot media."

Does anyone know what I don't understand about this procedure?
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