Question about D-Link KVM-221 (DHKVM221) 2-port KVM Switch
Intermittently while typing one key will "stick". Usually the 'Y' key. It is random in nature and doesn't happen at regular intervals. I am using an HP USB keyboard and a Dell USB mouse. I checked the connections for both usb devices and they are ok. This is really annoying as I will use the backspace key and will delete the previous 2 sentences if I am not careful.
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
SOURCE: Hi, Is it possible to use
As it stands on its own, no. You would need either a USB adapter to match either the keyboard or mouse port on the KVM. Another solution might possibly to get USB Hub to attach. Without physically testing it myself, I am not sure if it would work, but it is possible.
Posted on May 02, 2011
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