Question about D-Link DKVM-4 4-port KVM Switch
When I connect any (HP ProBook 65xxB) notebook through HP Docking Station (model 2013, 90W) on DLINK KVM (4 port, USB) switch, I don't get picture on monitor unless I open notebook and with "Ctrl" + "P" select "Projector only". Also, when I finally get picture on monitor - picture is blurry and not sharp. Of course, if I connect Notebook + Dock directly on Monitor, there is no problem at all. Picture is automatically shown on monitor when notebook is started and picture quality is as it should be!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
A new model switch would probably work better with Windows 7 laptop. I have experienced some incompatibilities with older peripherals or accessories when upgrading to Windows 7.
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: how to connect 2 computers
The unit comes with all the cables in order to connect up to four computers to one KVM switch. If you're only using two computers, then you'll only need to connect one computer to Computer 1, and the second computer to Computer 2. The KVM will recognize that only two devices are connected, and generally skip the inputs for computers 3 and 4 until they have a device connected.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
SOURCE: i just bought d-link kvm-221...
I got this problem also; the caplock indicator didn't even lit. The problem is current consumption. KVM switch, keyboard (250mA) and mouse (100mA) were draining too much current. I changed the keyboard for a 100mA and it worked.
I hope this can help other people...
Posted on Jan 04, 2012
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