Installing Kali With Windows (Comprehensive Guide) Detailed
Installing Kali alongside a Windows installation can be quite useful. However, you need to exercise caution during the setup process. First, make sure that you’ve backed up any important data on your Windows installation. Since you’ll be modifying your hard drive, you’ll want to store this backup on external media. Once you’ve completed the backup, we recommend you peruse Kali Linux Hard Disk Install, which explains the normal procedure for a basic Kali install.
In this tutorial, we will be installing Kali Linux alongside an installation of Windows 7, which is currently taking up 100% of the disk space in our computer. We will start by resizing our current Windows partition to occupy less space and then proceed to install Kali Linux in the newly-created empty partition.(source linux kali official website)
* Step 1
Download the linux iso or image file here Download Kali Linux
* Step 2
* USE MAGIC ISO
button on toolbar to open "bootable
- Loading the bootable image from floppy
Load multi-bootable image file for creating multi-boot CD. you can create multi-bootable image file by MagicISO. For more detail, Please visit Multiple Bootable CD/DVD Image Editor.
Load exist bootable image file from disk.
- After setting the bootable information
into ISO image file, The bootable status of
iso image file will be changed to
- Drag files or folders from Windows
or click or button for adding files or folders.
- After complete adding and editing ISO
button for saving to disk.
- Burns ISO image to CD
* OR USE POWERISO (for cd or usb) - dowload
- Run PowerISO.
Click on the "New" button on toolbar or choose the "File > New > Data CD / DVD Image" menu.
Click on the "Add" button on toolbar to add files and folders. You can also directly drag files and folders from Windows Explorer to the PowerISO window.
Choose the menu "Action > New Folder" to create a new folder.
Choose the menu "Action > Change Label" to change the default label.
Choose the menu "File > Properties" to set the iso file properties.
Click on the "Save" button on toolbar, or click on the "File > Save As..." menu.
Choose the menu "Action > Boot > Add Boot Information" to load a bootable image file.
Save the iso file to "Standard ISO Images (*.iso)" format.
To make bootable CD, please burn the iso file to a blank CD / DVD disc.