I have installed Linux Kali on one of partitions of my hard drive alongside Windows 10 from USB Flash Drive (I had a bootable live version with HDD install option) and it's not booting when the flash drive from which I installed it is not inserted. When I turn on computer, GRUB appears, I choose Kali and it keeps showing me this
I really don't know what can cause this. I've tried to set kali install partition as primary and flag it to boot but it didn't work. At first I have thought that maybe this is caused by Windows which blocks hard drive after shutdown (I needed to boot to Windows and then reboot to access drives when I was using live version) but if so, then why it boots after inserting flash drive? Furthermore when it boots properly (with flashdrive) I can remove it and it works fine.