Hey guys, please make sure you select 64bit or 32bit, depending on what your system is! I forgot to mention this in my video. I have seen lots of issues with people not being able to create bootable USBs with Kali, as well as installing it properly and updating it to make Virtual Machines work.
I will describe to you here in words what you need to do. So first you download Rufus (NOT win32diskimager etc, forgot about those), you NEED RUFUS to make this work. Then download the Kali Light version (I had troubles that Kali full was corrupted every time). So if you download Kali Full, burn it on your USB, try to install it and hit an error during installation... Simply download Kali Light, as you can switch to Kali Full after the install. So in order:
Download Rufus - Download Kali Light ISO (not torrent) - write Kali Light on USB stick w/ Rufus and select DD (disc image if possible). ALSO make sure you select the right external drive, because it will delete everything on it!!!
Now that you have the bootable USB/live version of Kali Light, install it wherever you want, but be aware, unless you chose otherwise, it WILL overwrite your existing system, your existing OS and everything on it.
Now that you have Kali Light installed, open your terminal and type:
sudo apt-get install kali-linux-full
Run through this installation, you will possibly have to reboot/restart your system after the installation is complete.
apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
You need to run through the dis-upgrade completely! Don't x out, you might get a changelog message, so just hit enter until it prompts you to hit q and the installation will continue. ONCE all that is done, reboot the system to use the new kernel.
You also need to install open vm tools, to do that type this:
apt-get install open-vm-tools-desktop fuse
Once back in, to check your version simply type:
To install virtual box type:
apt-get install virtualbox
All should work now. You haven't installed virtualbox extensions, so just disable usb2.0 in the virtualbox settings for now.
A BIG ISSUE for people is this error message:
Kernel driver not installed (rc=-1908)
The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kernel module by executing
as root. If it is available in your distribution, you should install the DKMS package first. This package keeps track of Linux kernel changes and recompiles the vboxdrv kernel module if necessary.
THIS message occurs because you are most likely still runing kali3 packages, which are obsolete. updating and dist-upgrading your kali system/version will fix this problem. You should now be using kali4 packages, and you won't run into this error anymore.
PLEASE let me know in the comments, what issues you run into. I hope this helped. :)