I have formated the usb into ntfs filesystem on gparted and added boot flag to usb, then i have mounted the iso file, and copy the iso content to usb.1) How did you create a bootable USB?
2) I would begin by disconnecting Drive 1 with Kali Linux on it and install Windows to Drive 2 only.
i have already kali linux, and i have choosed the entire usb spaceso you changed something about the size of partitions . shrunk the kali and made room for Windows ? or something similar ?but me thinks why would you do that if you have a spare drive ..to do with order of hd that boots maybe ?
i want boot installation iso not the entire system@CptCharis did post a video of approach you can try :
it might be quicker to just install slackware ! start with bios first go in there and see if you can fix date or try # date --help but before that lets try output for : # apt-cache pkgnames boot-repairlinux.org
i've been playing with grub and found this handy : https://sourceforge.net/projects/su...1/super_grub2_disk_hybrid_2.04s1.iso/download
it even found elilo.efi on my slackware and could boot it up.
Source - https://github.com/slacka/WoeUSB#prebuilt-packagesWoeUSB is a simple tool that enable you to create your own usb stick windows installer from an iso image or a real DVD.