Pc boot problem

I tried to install kali linux in a disk partition of my hdd. An error occured during the instalation and it stopped. After my computer automatically restarted it only boots from cd/dvd. I go to boot menu to choose manualy to boot from my hdd and when I select it, it boots from cd again. I need help with this issue please!!

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Oh wait, did you do what?

When I install a Linux I don't install to a "partition" but leave unpartitioned space for the Linux to install to. I let the installer guide my partitioning otherwise, blammo.

How to fix this? Well I usually wipe the drive or remove partitions and boot my Linux DVD to try again. At least you didn't write you needed to save some Windows.

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was this supposed to be dual boot?

and now you have a duel boot?

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"duel boot"

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As you've discovered, Windows & Linux use different file sys

When I did something similar to what you did, I ended up having to delete all partitions and completely reformat my hard drive. That's when I learned the hard way about the different file systems. Bob and James know how to make them coexist on the same hard drive, but for me I just keep Windows on my hard drive and boot Linux from a DVD or flash drive when I need it. One way to have them coexist is through virtualization they say, but again I haven't gone to the trouble. Windows 7 still fills the bill for me. Happy

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We ha d a conversation about this
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