I want to install Kali and have that as my only operating system but I don't have a USB, how can I do this?
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Though I am not an expert but I think you can't. I think there is a way to directly boot from a .iso with grub but I don't think there is a way with the Windows Loader.
To install Kali, (or any linux distro) without CD/DVD or USB pendrive, follow these steps:
- Now, from the drop-down menu under Type: select Hard Disk.
- Next select the Diskimage. Browse to the directory where you downloaded the iso file of Ubuntu.
- Press OK.
- Next when you reboot, and chose the Unetbootin choice and you will get the "Try" or "Install" option there