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  1. #1
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    Install from USB hanging at Detect Network Install

    I am using the 64 bit 1.0.6 iso from the kali webite. I imaged it to a 4Gb USB drive using the Win32 imaging program. I can get all the way to the detect network hardware and then it freezes. The only thing I can do at that point is hard shut down the computer. I read at
    http://www.kalilinux.net/community/t...k-hardware.66/
    that I should try and CTRL C to break the detect network hardware script when using the regular install. I have tried to disable the NIC in the BIOS, but that also has not helped. I have the computer directly connected to my modem, and have also tried using wireless, both giving the same results.

    I have tried using both the graphical install and regular install.

    I am using a Samsung NP - RF408
    with
    Intel i5 @ 2.67GHz
    4Gb DDR3
    64 bit

    Any and all help would be appreciated.

    Thank you all in advance.
    Last edited by gumrolling; 2014-01-16 at 05:48.

  2. #2
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    Try booting Kali from the usb on your notebook without installing. Check if it recognizes the network adaptors.

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    I too had the same problem. I am using BCM4313 chipset. When I run via live USB, it works fine. Only in the installation phase, it fails to recognize.

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    try installing the mini ISO. Disconnect ethernet cable. Disconnect any USB device connected to computer.

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    I was able to resolve this issue. I directly connected my laptop to my modem and then booted to the USB Live. From there I went to applications and dropped down to services (I believe). From there I choose the option to install kali and it worked. Got me past the detect network install portion. I have successfully installed once I got past that point. Thank you for all of your input and hopefully this helped some others as well.

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