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Remove debian gnu/linux kali installation process

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Post time: 2018-12-02 09:05:27
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how to remove "debian gnu/linux-continue with install process"

Work fine for Windows 7 / 8 / 10

If you try installing kali linux by simply runing the setup from your Windows OS and if the process fails on the mid way (may be because the installation window had freezed while detecting network hardware, we have got a solution for that also check here), then you can get stuck with a annoying boot menu asking you whether to install kali or run windows.
How to remove it?
Here is a simple procedure :
1) Open cmd as administrator [ Click Start – Type cmd – Right click it – Run as Administrator (imp)]
2) Type bcdedit.
3) Your will find all you boot partitions there.
4) Look for the one with “Continue with installation” in its description.
5) Copy the big number that appears in identifier ( I guess, you wont be able to copy that down, so you have to type it)
6) Now type bcdedit/delete “identifier”, where identifier is the number which you had copied in the previous step without quotations.
7) Pat your back, you just got rid of that annoying thing there
This worked fine for my windows 7, hope it goes good for you as well.
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