Kali 2017.1 Released – Troubleshooting hardware during install

I have a cracking box that was currently Running Win7 pro that I used with hashcat. I wanted to switch to Kali so it’s easier to manage wordlists etc.. and wanted to use a web frontend to manage the cracking. Trying out the new rolling 2017.1 I ran into an issue with usb keyboard/mouse not working when using the Kali graphical installer, on a Gigabyte GA-970A-D3P (rev. 2.x) motherboard with an AMD FX-8320, so I found if I enable iommu in the BIOS settings they work again , but then I had another issue with AMD-VI and other issues during install.

I got to the part where its looking for the CD drive (even though im installing from USB) I saw fixes online where it says to get to shell prompt and type something like:
mount -t vfat /dev/dsb1 /cdrom
or it said to remove the USB and reinsert and try to look for CD but neither worked for me. Continue reading