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The booting process of UEFI is completely different from that of BIOS.

Right after installation or after updating your UEFI, do you find that kali is missing from boot menu options?

Once you boot into kali open terminal and type: grub-install /dev/sda update-initramfs -u update-grub Sometimes Installer shows this error executing grub install dummy failed while installing grub and you have to skip this most important step. That's the first mention to "/dev/sda" in the instructions.

The above commands are mandatory if grub was not installed during the kali installation. Thought I'd check first, before causing any problems. However, this line is confusing me: grub-install /dev/sda Is that correct?

I found Rosa Image Writer, and I was able to install Kali without any issues. I have a laptop were i installed windows 10(it came with windows 8), and I am trying to install Kali 2017.2. Create a bootable (Kali 2017.2) USB using u Netbootin, this worked and I get the live, live persist etc. Partition my harddrive in Windows so that I have 100 GB unallocated space. Run ls to list the name of all partitions and show the output here. Yeah, the entry was removed when i did a firmware update so i again added it.Like mine is /dev/sda6 /dev/sda is your EFI partition which is most likely /dev/sda1. If you are in grub rescue mode, then run these commands to reconfigure grub: ls set root=(hd0,gptx) set prefix=(hd0,gptx)/boot/grub insmod normal normal ls(LS) lists all the partitions of your hard drive like this (hd0) (hd0,gpt1) (hd0,gpt2).You can make some guesses which one is your kali filesystem to replace the variable gptx. The right commands are: set root=(hd0,gpt3) set prefix=(hd0,gpt3)/boot/grub insmod normal normal It wasn't tough to guess that it might be gpt3. However, this line is confusing me: grub-install /dev/sda Is that correct?However if grub is present in EFI system partition but entry of kali is missing from boot menu options then you don't have to do those efforts. That's the first mention to "/dev/sda" in the instructions.Just select Boot from EFI just below the Windows Boot Manager. Thought I'd check first, before causing any problems.

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