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How to Boot and Install Kali Linux 2.0 with USB

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In this tutorial we will teach you how to boot Kali Linux 2.0 in USB and Install it.


Step 1: Download and install Universal USB Installer

Step 2: Select “Kali Linux” and click “Browse” and select the iso of Kali Linux.

Step 3: Select your USB Flash Drive and Click “Create” and wait for few minutes. When you receive a message Installation is done, Process is Complete! click Close and eject your pen drive.

Watch the video given below to complete rest of the steps.

Note: If you come across an error saying “could not detect and mount CD-Rom”, then just remove the pen drive and insert it again. It should work.


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Nanchil May 13, 2016 - 5:13 pm

what is a domain name it asks while configuring the network

Energy March 21, 2016 - 8:33 pm

Bro you are great I found this error every time when i try to install kali linux 2.0 “could not detect and mount CD-Rom”, just searching on google found you tips and follow, remove the usb and plugin again its work’s and I am very happy for this lovely moment thanks.

Vasisht Thunga March 22, 2016 - 9:09 am

Happy that this tutorial helped you :)

Sagar December 31, 2015 - 2:00 am

But while dual booting with windows ,it should be installed in UEFI mode.

Anonymous December 31, 2015 - 1:59 am

But while dual booting with windows ,it should be in UEFI mode…

Anonymous September 5, 2015 - 9:33 am

Does it work on windows?

Derrick Murphy November 26, 2015 - 10:14 pm

Yes. You will need to make a partition of your C: drive of about 50 GB. Follow the installation steps and choose the 50GB Partition. You can then boot, go to your bios, and select the Kali Linux partition once it is installed. You can select the other partition if you want to boot to Windows.

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