Kali Linux vmware too small partiton

Hello all,
downloaded latest version of Kali linux as  an ISO.
created a new VMware machine with 10GB single file Hard Drive.
loaded Kali and started a proper installation.
all went good till we are about to partition the drive.
the attached picture shows the issue.

any help ?
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Kanti PrasadCommented:

allow Kali Linux to automatically partition the  free space  and increase your GB space. Please look at the link and search for 'partition'
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The maximum size you allowed is too small. If you allow larger, it will only use the space required (do not pre-allocate). Perhaps try again with a 40 or 50 GB maximum machine file size.
Which attached picture? Kali should fit nicely to a 10GB disk.
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Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
I deleted the virtual machine and created one with 50GB hard drive.
i still got lots of partitions like the previous photo. and all are 512 B.
when i chose any of them and click continue i get the attached screen shot. probably space is too small (Note: i chose previously USE ENTIRE HARD DISK)
i am not sure why i am having about a 100 partition with 512B each !!
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Please make screenshots and upload them.

The large number of partitions is probably a Kali problem and not a VMware problem. I assume you are using a new version of VMware.
Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
OK i fixed it.
VMware did not identify Kali Linux installation, and i had to chose linux x64 installation.
now i chose Fedora x64. and all what i had to do is rename it from Fedora to Kali.
it created the virtual machine with the 50GB hard drive :)
the installation started just fine.

Thank you all for trying to assist

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Da_Ch0senAuthor Commented:
while playing around and trying stuff, i figured out the problem.
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