I would like to divide a USB into three partitions.
- The first in FAT32 to use for data, photos, etc. compatible with windows, linux and mac osx.
- The second contains the Live Usb of Kali to boot from Bios.
- The third containing the persistence.
I have tried various ways; however, when I set Kali as
SDC1, Windows reads the first partition, and tells me that I have to format, finding no other partitions.
When i set the partition in
SDC1 and I try to access Kali by Bios, if the
FAT32 partition is empty Kali starts without problems, if the
FAT32 partition contains some files it starts Windows instead of Kali.
I installed Kali from Linux with
dd with another key that I have.
I tried to solve this problem for two days, but I can't figure out what to do.
system: MacBook Pro mid 2012 i5 ram 8g
OS: Mac OSX and Windows 7
Usb: SanDisk 32gb
P.S. I do not need a program on Windows that let me read all the partitions, I need Windows to just mount the
FAT32 partition and have Kali boot when requested from the BIOS.