Forum Thread: USB or Hardrive?

what's better when it comes to Kali ?

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you problem basically is that the data transfer is low?

kind of.

are you using the right arhitecture?|and a stable version of kali?

well when it comes to kali your hard will do a better job

so i can just go ahead format my D drive and install Kali on it and boot from it when i want Kali OS and boot C drive when i want win7, actually can you refer me to tutorial it will be great. thanks

What do you want to do? Have a mobile Kali? Or have a stationary Kali?

thanks for your answer ,
Basically I want to install Kali on my hard drive so i wont waste time plugging and unplugging the USB.

So i go on and click on whether graphical install or just install, and i notice something at the beginning that doesn't last long before disappearing ,, it goes something like failed to mount media , mount unmount dev/sda no arguments shitt like that,,

and if i continue with the installation, At some point it is detecting and mounting CD-ROM drives. As I have no CD-drive or any ROM-drive on my laptop,

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