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    If you have deleted the kali folder from EFI...

    If you have deleted the kali folder from EFI partition you can reinstall kali. It won't show you dummy failed error again.
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    New method Boot into kali live. Run mount...

    New method
    Boot into kali live. Run mount /dev/nvme0n1p2 /mnt. Go to /mnt/EFI and delete kali folder from there. Restart. Again boot into kali live. Run this



    mount /dev/sda2 /mnt
    mount...
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    Set the boot order to your hard drive again. As...

    Set the boot order to your hard drive again. As soon as you power on go to boot menu options. Make a quick search which key lets you go to boot menu options in your model. It can be f9,f11,f12. Once...
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    You have to boot it manually. Go to boot menu...

    You have to boot it manually. Go to boot menu options and select Boot from EFI. Select your USB>EFI>kali>grubx64.efi
  5. Thread: wlan0 issue

    by _defalt
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    Show the output of rfkill list all when the USB...

    Show the output of rfkill list all when the USB wifi is plugged in.
  6. Search that file on internet. It is available for...

    Search that file on internet. It is available for download.
  7. You did it all wrong from the start. Here you are...

    You did it all wrong from the start. Here you are telling that you found gpt2 as correct


    Now i can see your output of fdisk -l. The link is working again. hd0,gpt3 is the right one. gpt2 is your...
  8. It's not an error. Installer is just telling you...

    It's not an error. Installer is just telling you that it is missing. Ignore this step and proceed to installation. After finishing the installation boot kali and copy that file in /lib/firmware. Did...
  9. Some packages are kept back until you upgrade...

    Some packages are kept back until you upgrade their dependencies.
    Run apt-get dist-upgrade
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    When it asks you to retry mounting CD ROM again,...

    When it asks you to retry mounting CD ROM again, plug out your USB and plug in to 2.0 port and then click on Yes.
  11. Thread: CPU Soft Lock

    by _defalt
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    Rufus is showing you 2 partition but there are...

    Rufus is showing you 2 partition but there are actually 3. Partition 3 is hidden. You can use Disk management to make it visible. I would rather delete partition 2 and partition 3 and merge them and...
  12. Thread: CPU Soft Lock

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    Since yesterday I've written amd64 version on my...

    Since yesterday I've written amd64 version on my USB 2 times using rufus. I know there are some problems going on with the ISO image. Kali linux amd64 is no longer a hybrid image so Rufus is using DD...
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    Ask your professor why do we require that....

    Ask your professor why do we require that. deb-src is only needed when you want to build the package from its source code. But you are directly installing the already compiled packages so you don't...
  14. Thread: CPU Soft Lock

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    Why are you using 32-bit version of kali when...

    Why are you using 32-bit version of kali when your system is of 64-bit? i386 is 32-bit version of kali and amd64 is of 64-bit.
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    There are good points in your other steps. It...

    There are good points in your other steps. It would have been better if you had created a separate thread for this here Community-Generated-How-tos because this thread will get buried down to the...
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    Your kali install with EFI guide is old. It is...

    Your kali install with EFI guide is old. It is valid for kali 2016.2 but new kali 2017.1 fully supports UEFI. Just creating kali 2017.1 bootable USB is enough to install it.
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    Those 71 items are package dependencies. Run...

    Those 71 items are package dependencies. Run apt-get dist-upgarde to install them.
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    Boot into kali-live. Mount your EFI partiton of...

    Boot into kali-live. Mount your EFI partiton of your SD card. Go to /mnt and copy the EFI folder present in this zip file. Now you have grub where you want it to be.
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    If you have self tested working solutions on how...

    If you have self tested working solutions on how to do that step by step create a thread in this section Community-Generated-How-tos and post your solution. People prefer to search for solutions than...
  20. Your image links are not working. Anyway If you...

    Your image links are not working. Anyway If you are unfamiliar with commands then do one thing.

    Boot into kali-live. Mount your EFI partiton. Go to /mnt/EFI/kali and replace the grubx64.efi with...
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    This one solution is completely broken. I've...

    This one solution is completely broken. I've tested it. Without chrooting into the installed kali filesystem one can't use the grub-install command. It will show you grub-install command not found...
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    I found a better way:...

    I found a better way: https://askubuntu.com/questions/180023/can-i-install-grub-on-an-usb-and-make-it-a-rescue-disk

    Boot into kali-live:
    sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    sudo grub-install...
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    I created bootable USB of kali 2017.1 image and...

    I created bootable USB of kali 2017.1 image and I've run those commands to re-install grub just to test them. It is working as intended without showing grub command not found error. Which kali-live...
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    /dev/sda* will be /dev/sda2 which is your kali...

    /dev/sda* will be /dev/sda2 which is your kali filesystem on your SD card.

    /dev/sda+ is your /dev/nvme0n1p2 which is your EFI partition on your hard disk.

    The grub-install command will also get...
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    Then install it in your hard drive.

    Then install it in your hard drive.
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