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Loss of USB port usage at language selection. HELP!

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First, my build:

 

Asus ROG Strix H370-I mobo

i5 8400 cpu

32gb ddr 4 2133

1tb samsung evo 860 ssd

 

Ive finally gotten to the point where the installation of HS loads to the language selection screen, but then i lose all usage of every USB port.

 

Im at a loss of what to do from here.

 

According to others, i have the proper files in the kexts/other folder as well as the drivers64UEFI folder.

 

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what i can do? Im getting kinda desperate as ive been at it for a week now and this is as far as ive gotten.

 

-Sin

 

 

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