@tdtech959 Without any pictures of kernel panic it is really hard to debug, but anyhow have you installed whatevergreen.kext with lilu.kext
i had a weird kernel panic when my onboard graphics was turned on, I was able to select external graphics card via BIOS settings as default.
are you sure if the USB is the actual problem.
Hello everyone I have installed High Sierra and updated to 10.13.6 before installing nVidea web drivers. After everything was installed (Kexts and the driver) everything booted fine. Graphics worked perfectly. My onboard USB did not work but I have some generic NEC USB 2.0 card that works fine. After a reboot later in the day, I had a weird kernel panic. It spit out strings no longer than 30 charters and then proceeded to reboot. I have not seen this type of panic . This happened when using the onboard USB 3.0 controller but was fixed by removing the device. But now I'm not sure what caused this. I have reinstalled about 15 times already. Here are my specs:
ASUS B150 Plus D3
Intel Pentium G4400
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 2GB
WD Blue 500GB HDD
Some generic wireless card (That works)