I am trying to install Kali Linux from a USB drive to my hard drive alongside Windows 10. My issue is that when the "Partition Disk" step comes along in the Kali installation, /dev/sda does not appear. Only /dev/sdb (which is the flash drive).enter image description here I execute a shell to run fdisk -l and this is the output: enter image description here Kali sees my main harddrive, but will not allow me to install to it. I am working on a Lenovo Ideapad 330s. My disk partition style is GPT

  • Which verison of Kali Linux are you using? – fpmurphy Mar 3 '19 at 4:49
  • @fpmurphy I am using the 2019.1- amd64 version. – Louis Smith Mar 3 '19 at 4:52