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Hi I wonder if you can help me out guys.

I have few issues here

• First

when I boot the clover entry screen do not show the disk icons until i press enter

(If I disconnect the keybord all is smooth, clover start, shows disk icons and boot from Mojave)

• Second

Randomly the keyboard and mouse become pretty unstable. The mouse cursor start flashing or the keyboard start to type repetedly <<<<<<<<<<< when i Press the spacebar or some other button

(this behaviour is applied to all keyboard I have tried, actually 3 different ones)

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KB and Mouse are plugged on a USB 3.0 ports

I have tried to reset the keyboard Pref but NO LUCK

I have changed Keyboard - Same error

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I enclose IOREGregistry and config.plist

 

MY CURRENT BUILD

ASROCK Z270 PRO4

i7 7700K

32GB DDR4

Gigabyte GTX 760

 

I believe that there is some code conflict but I have no idea what is wrong

 

Please HELP

Cheers

Franco

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iMac di imac27.ioreg.zip

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