I'm trying to set up a dual boot windows/kali linux system. I'm able to live boot into Kali without much trouble, and have done all the necessary partitioning. Now that I've done that, I need to actually install Kali. This is where the problem is. Whenever entering one of the "Install" options from the Kali boot menu, I get a screen with what looks like a garbled table. I've waited on this screen for a while, and it never moved forward. Based on my research, I think I have a problem with my graphics driver.
I have a Lenovo computer which formerly ran Windows 8, but is currently running Windows 10. The BIOS is still a windows 8 BIOS, if that's relevant to my question. I have approximately 450 gigabytes of storage, 50 gigabites of which I've partitioned as "free space" where I hope to install my Kali system. I have 4 gigabytes of RAM. The USB disk I'm installing from has 4 gigabytes of space.
I would appreciate any help you could give me, as well as detailed instructions. While I'm experienced in Linux, I haven't worked much with troublesome installations before.