I am trying to make a kali linux 2016.1 bootable usb using a sandisk 32gb usb.
Ive downloaded the .iso for the 64-bit, 32-bit and light 64-bit version. Also the 64-bit torrent version. And tried to make a bootable usb with these file's using:
- universal usb installer
- linux live usb creator
In most cases the usb gets installed with the proper files (at least i think so) and when i boot and press f11, i select my usb to boot from, and then it just skips to the windows boot.
When i use win32diskmanager it corrupts 26gb of my usb and doesnt install kali properly at all. I then have to use diskpart in cmd to remove the corrupted partitions and create new ones for my usb.
I also thought the usb was the problem, so i installed ubuntu on it using universal usb installer. And that was succesfull in the first try.
I don't know what the problem is and cant find other people on forums with the same problem. Can you please help me?
My specs: windows 10 64-bit version on a MSI GP60 2QE LEOPARD laptop