USB Devices not working on Install macOS High Sierra screen

Hi all, I currently have a working High Sierra install on my SSD with everything I need fully functional. I created the USB using UniBeast...

Hi all,

I currently have a working High Sierra install on my SSD with everything I need fully functional. I created the USB using UniBeast and post-install used MultiBeast and everything worked fine.

I'm now considering moving my stuff over to a new SSD (of larger capacity), but to do so, I need to get to the install screen so I can restore the new SSD from the current backup.

Here's where the issue begins, as upon booting of the USB through Clover (mouse and keyboard work in BIOS and Clover bootloader screen) and getting to the install screen, the mouse and keyboard will not work when they did the first time. Additionally, the mouse cursor appears locked in the top left and no keyboard pressing triggers any response from the interface or anything.

All BIOS settings have been changed to what the guides tell me to (for example I mainly used this guide.) It's also worth noting that I've not changed this settings from the first time the install worked.

I have tried using the guides online with USBInjectAll.kext and the XHCI-300-series-injector.kext and even creating a new USB installer via both Clover configurator and once again through UniBeast, all to no avail. I've tried both inserting the installer via USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports and moving the mouse and keyboard to different ports.

My specs are:

  • i5 4690k
  • ASUS ROG Maximus VII Hero Z87 Motherboard
  • ASUS STRIX GTX 1070
  • 16GB DDR3 RAM
  • 128GB SATA SSD (where it works)

I hope this is enough information for someone to know something that works! Thanks :)

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