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Ah well, not sure but heres a possible solution if it is
Not 100% certain that this'll work but this is what I did & hopefully it'll work for you too - good luck :- Subject: Star View 3 The Box Super when channels discappear ;o)
1. Press menu then Factory Setting & Enter code 0000 to reset.
2. Exit to main menu & enter 1570 to get into the CASS SYSTEM & turn EMU on
3. Reinstall channels (Goto Installation, Cable network (try TW first & if no channels try NTL then C & W and so on - I'm with Virgin & used the setings for TW) & Voila ;o)
Nb: You may have to redownload channels so reconnect yr box to the computer & follow the link below
& press download !!!
Repeating keys? This is a common problem for KVM switches if you go beyond the devices' capability. As you can see, GCS62 is a PS/2 KVM switch and it was designed to work only using a regular PS/2 keyboard.
This KVM switch does not support PS/2 to USB adapter. It might work but it's not guaranteed to work correctly. This does not work properly if you have a docking station for the laptop. It might work for couple of months then it would stop.
You smay isolate the problem by following the steps below:
1. Connect the keyboard directly to the computer to see if you will get the same problem.
2. Power cycle the KVM switch by disconnecting it from the computers and leave it unplugged for a minute or two.
3. Avoid using hybrid connection (PS/2 converted to USB) only for testing purposes.
4. If that work, then you know the answer is that this KVM only designed an work correctly with native PS/2 connection.
Hi there is a good free utility online which does a pretty good job. First load your pc in safe mode then browse to the following link and read the instructions. This is a free utility which I usually use it takes long to scan but it does a pretty good job.