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Most KVM switches does not have a driver. Because these devices are simply Plug-n-Play and does not require any driver installation.
What you need to do is to check the system requirements for every KVM switches before purchasing it.
Here's the fact:
- PS/2 KVM switches are designed for PS/2 computers keyboard and mouse
- USB KVM switches are designed to work with USB. Meaning, if you're going to use an adapter (PS/2 to USB), there's a big chance that your KVM might not work correctly.
- Most KVM switches does not work properly with docking stations.
- KVM switches are tested to work with wired keyboards and mice.
- You have to make sure that everything is properly connected to the computers if you want your KVM switch function properly.
- Lastly, update the USB driver of your computers (XP and Vista).
- Most KVMs has a firmware upgrade that you may find in manufacturer's Web site.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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