- Jun 23, 2019
- Gigabyte Z390 Designare
- i9 9900K
- Vega Frontier Edition
I'm just wondering why you include OpenUsbKbDxe.efi in the Drivers section, when according to the OpenCore website, and I quote, it is "not recommended and even harmful on Ivy Bridge and newer"?
It was killing my keyboard at the EFI menu level, and it only worked when I deleted this driver.
Not to mention that at one point, WIndows would keep booting into a keyboard selection menu and I couldn't get past it until the only recourse left was to restore the Microsoft EFI. I suspect this driver was also responsible.
Just want to comment on this.
I checked CaseySJ's OC 0.6.4 folder. The OpenUsbKbDxe.efi driver is in the "drivers" folder, however, it is not activated. Meaning, it is not listed in the config.plist > UEFI > Drivers. He probably forgot to remove it. But there is no way that driver is doing something wrong to your boot picking. But I can't be certain.
Besides, KeySupport is enabled, so OpenUsbKbDxe.efi is not necessary, especially not for your system. So you may remove it, if you want to.