Kali Linux 2022.3 Blurred screen while installing

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Ryzen 5 3600
RX 6600
16gb ram

when i press graphical install the screen goes fluzzy also if i try the installation methode it give me the same resulte
i tried to turn off secure boot and fast boot and i did many changes on bios but it still doesn't work
i also tried old version of kali and it give me the same problem
i'm trying to install it on the hard drive with usb rufus tools
i picked the pic from the net it's not mine but the same as me
 

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Do look around before you post, won't you?

Moving this to the Kali Linux subforum, and be sure you read the top 2 Threads.

Good luck, and welcome

Chris Turner
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Do look around before you post, won't you?

Moving this to the Kali Linux subforum, and be sure you read the top 2 Threads.

Good luck, and welcome

Chris Turner
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Nah this is my first time posting here
Do u have any idea about that ?
 

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This from the Kali documentation

Is Kali Linux Right For You?


As the distribution’s developers, you might expect us to recommend that everyone should be using Kali Linux. The fact of the matter is, however, that Kali is a Linux distribution specifically geared towards professional penetration testers and security specialists, and given its unique nature, it is NOT a recommended distribution if you’re unfamiliar with Linux or are looking for a general-purpose Linux desktop distribution for development, web design, gaming, etc.
Even for experienced Linux users, Kali can pose some challenges. Although Kali is an open source project, it’s not a wide-open source project, for reasons of security. The development team is small and trusted, packages in the repositories are signed both by the individual committer and the team, and - importantly - the set of upstream repositories from which updates and new packages are drawn is very small. Adding repositories to your software sources which have not been tested by the Kali Linux development team is a good way to cause problems on your system.

Rufus hasn't been playing well with Linux for a while now, try Balena Etcher
 

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Try changing your boot options in your BIOS from uefi (without csm) to uefi (with csm) and see if that helps - NOTE: some BIOS may not have this option while some do this is BIOS dependent

Another issue may be due to GPU scaling on displays will get blurry when you scale the image outside of the native resolution.
 
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One of my friends sons works for a famous car tuner. They take expensive cars and make them cost twice as much :)
Although to be fair, they go twice as fast! One interesting thing about their cars, is that they really don't look any different
from the outside than a normal car. No wings, cut suspension springs, no decals all over the place. No air dams,
usually not even any racing stripes.

He always laughs whenever he sees these kids in their import cars, with the big wings on the back, and the fart
mufflers, and the cut suspension springs. He doesn't know if it "looks cool", but he does know none of those things
make your car any faster or drive any better. (usually the opposite). He calls these guys "wanna-bes".
They wish they had a really fast car, but they can't afford one, so they try to make their cars "look" fast.

I don't know a lot about cars, but I know a little about Linux. I find Kali Linux much the same way.
Newbies download it and try to use it... because it "looks cool" and "looks like" what a real hacker would use.
But in reality, the "real" hackers laugh at Kali Linux users for the most part.

Kali does have some basic hacking tools, but if you want to be a real pro, you'll build, custom compile, and
install your own, from sources that aren't widely known and available. You can install these on just about any distro.
In the words of a well known hacker... "one of the ways to tell someone isn't really an experienced hacker, is
if they tell you they use Kali linux".
 

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One of my friends sons works for a famous car tuner. They take expensive cars and make them cost twice as much :)
Although to be fair, they go twice as fast! One interesting thing about their cars, is that they really don't look any different
from the outside than a normal car. No wings, cut suspension springs, no decals all over the place. No air dams,
usually not even any racing stripes.

He always laughs whenever he sees these kids in their import cars, with the big wings on the back, and the fart
mufflers, and the cut suspension springs. He doesn't know if it "looks cool", but he does know none of those things
make your car any faster or drive any better. (usually the opposite). He calls these guys "wanna-bes".
They wish they had a really fast car, but they can't afford one, so they try to make their cars "look" fast.

I don't know a lot about cars, but I know a little about Linux. I find Kali Linux much the same way.
Newbies download it and try to use it... because it "looks cool" and "looks like" what a real hacker would use.
But in reality, the "real" hackers laugh at Kali Linux users for the most part.

Kali does have some basic hacking tools, but if you want to be a real pro, you'll build, custom compile, and
install your own, from sources that aren't widely known and available. You can install these on just about any distro.
In the words of a well known hacker... "one of the ways to tell someone isn't really an experienced hacker, is
if they tell you they use Kali linux".
Or try Parrot Linux or BackBox Linux which either to me is more stable then Kali
 
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