I put the current Kali-Linux live-build on a fresh 32 GB USB drive containing a single partition spanning the entire drive by downloading and verifying the ISO then using Win32 Disk Imager to create a bootable image, only to find it won't boot on the ancient Dell D600 I want to run WireShark captures on because the D600 doesn't support PAE.
I found a guide for creating a custom Kali live-build without PAE, then booted the PAE image on my desktop, where I tried to build a custom non-PAE image. This build failed with a "No space left on device" error. I found Win32 Disk Imager had replaced my big 32 GB partition with two smaller ones, one 3 GB long and the other (primary) partition 704 KB long. The rest of the drive is empty. I tried using Partition Master Pro to resize the 3 GB partition but it appears to be befuddled by the ex4 file system.
Is there any way to force the live-build to take place on a different storage device, or will I have to install Kali on my hard drive in order to build successfully? Other options are welcome (but don't suggest that I buy a new laptop - that's not in the budget).