I prepared a Bootable kali 2016 USB using win32diskimager, like the tutorial on kali's official site. I restarted the computer, and boot from my kali USB, but the setup doesn't start, after a while my pc boot from hard disk normally . I tried an Ubuntu İSO, it booted and started Ubuntu installation. So I thought that problem is about kali İSO, so I compared Ubuntu and kali İSO. I saw while Ubuntu include an efi file, there is no **efi ** file on kali. Is problem about no including this file, and how to solve this? Thanks

  • Did you try 64-bit image, and does Kali Linux declare UEFI support at all? (I've implemented that in ALT Linux and could probably share some advice but that's a chunk of work) – Michael Shigorin Aug 11 '16 at 7:25

Problem was the secure boot is enabled, I disabled and tried again, it worked and got installing screen [SOLVED]


yes for dual booting any OS with the PC/Laptop which comes with windows 10 need to be disabled secure boot and enable legacy mode. source: http://www.techyguide.net/dual-boot-kali-linux-windows-10/

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