I have this old Compaq NX 6110 laptop that I've been using for the past many years for BackTrack. I've upgraded the RAM to 1 gig and it worked quite nicely and responsive after disabling most of the KDE desktop effects. Recently I saw the Kali release announcement and decided to give it a go. I have not yet performed the installation, but the installer seemed to work fine while testing it. So I decided to try the live image instead and was greeted by this message:

This kernel requires the following features not present on the CPU:
Unable to boot - please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU.
So now I have a dilemma, what do I do?

Can I still somehow run Kali on this old piece of junk? I.e. is there a supported non-pae kernel available in the repos?
Or do I simply go and purchase a newer laptop?