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Problem with NC6220 and Truelink 2port KVM

I have a CablesToGo Truelink 2 port VGA KVM. The KVM works fine connected to my home computer -- but when connected to my NC6220 -- it doesnt seem to recognize my simple Gateway optical USB mouse (same mouse that works fine thru KVM to Gateway 5656.

Pointer doesnt move at all.

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