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I am running 2 PC windows XP SP2 with a ATEN kvm switch. Currently I am using a Belkin wireless keyboard, which works fine with kvm, but I would like a better keyboard perhaps a curved one. I have tried 2 Microsoft wireless keyboards; the 6000 and the 700. The 6000 comes with CD with manual, which states that the ste may not work with kvm, because the wireless transceiver requires an "active" USB port (whatever that means? powered?). The 700 is your standard set without any CD. It seemed to work for a few minutes and I was able to switch between the 2 PCs using the keyboard, but the mouse was never recognised by the PC, then the whole set gave up. Logitech keyboards and mouse woulod be preferable, but they do not have a "Scroll Lock" key, which is used by the kvm for switching between PCs. Any advise?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are unable to perform an Administrator login (because the Username and
Password information has become corrupted, or you have forgotten it, for
example), there is a procedure you can use to clear the login information.
To clear the login information do the following:
1. Power off the CN8000 and remove its housing.
2. Use a jumper cap to short the jumper on the mainboard labeled J6.
3. Power on the switch.
4. When the front panel LEDs flash, power off the switch.
5. Remove the jumper cap from J6.
6. Close the housing and power on the CN8000.
After you start back up, you can use the default Username and Password (Login: administrator, pass: password).
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: inland ps2 kvm switch
The control for Inland KVMs is ScrLk + ScrLk + #. Example: ScrLk + ScrLk + 1 gives you the first attached computer, ScrLk + ScrLk + 2 gives you the second.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: using KVM-121 with 2 monitors
You should be able to -- the KVM switch would just switch inputs for the monitor, but since your two monitors would be plugged in directly to your computers, the switch wouldn't actually be affecting your monitor inputs.
Just make sure to plug your monitors directly to your computers and not use the switch.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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