- Jun 23, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- i9 9900K
- Vega Frontier Edition
The driver has no negative effect in my system.
True, until you enable it.
I don't mean to meddle myself into this. But I just want to mention my opinion and what I think regarding this. I hope people take certain things in mind.
I'm not saying I know heck of a lot. I do not. I learn from people on this forum, on other forums, reading myself. Reading stuff perhaps many other hackintoshers do not read, such as UEFI specifications, ACPI specifications and USB specifications etc. I'm not saying people should read thousands of pages. However, people should read the OpenCore documentations when dealing with OpenCore.
One can clearly understand that CaseySJ's OpenCore 0.6.4 folder was meant to be "as is", the only part he has mentioned to change was sn, board sn, UUID etc. The mini guide does not refer to ProperTree at all. It is assumed people will not use it if it is not mentioned.
I myself prefer to do stuff manually, I just use a simple plist editor (an app called Smultron). I don't vouch for OpenCore Configurator or ProperTree. But that is my opinion.
Anyhow. This said, OpenUsbKbDxe.efi is not a problem if it is not activated, and it is assumed that CaseySJ's OC 0.6.4 folder is meant "as it is".
Of course, someone’s hackintoshing experience becoming bad, does not hold the guide-maker liable. It is hackintoshing. I don't find anything wrong with how the OpenCore Mini-guide is.
Don't want OpenUsbKbDxe.efi, great, don't use it.
No hard feelings, I hope. I just want people to know that one should clearly understand here that OpenCore is beta. The OpenCore devs still consider it beta, regardless of how well it works. Read the documentations so your experience can be good to the max possible level.