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F1DH104D does not keep the dual displays for connected computers

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Install both computers withdual monitors


Ok, so the idea of this KVM is to allow two computers which are dual monitor enabled to share one set of dual monitors. This means that PC1 can output to two monitors at once and PC2 can output to two monitors at once, however you only have two monitors.
You should take two cables and plug in both to the dual display output on PC1 (if supported) and then plug them into 'A/B' Computer 1, you should then take two cables and plug them into the dual display output on PC2 (if supported) and plug them into 'A/B' Computer 2.
Now take two cables and plug one into Monitor A and connect this to one of your screens and plug one into Monitor B and plug this into your other screen.

You should see this in the diagram here: http://www.linkskey.com/detail.php?Productid=165

Only one PC can be used at a time.
To support this the back of EACH PC should have a graphics card with two VGA output connections like this:
http://forums.radioreference.com/attachments/computer/25337d1254007019-running-dual-monitors-vdmt090-wb.jpg

Nov 11, 2013 | Linkskey (lkv-dm02sk)

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I have my computer on and connected to the projector viewsonic pj550. I then turn on the projector but it does not read the computer.


Assuming that you have all the connections between your computer and the projector already performed, you should check in you computer's manual what is the key combination necessary to switch between normal mode and presentation mode.

For instance, some Dell laptops and computers need you to press the function key (key marked with Fn in blue) and, while keeping it pressed, press also the F8 key (marked with CRT/LCD in blue) to cycle between the options.

Some HP laptops and computers will need you to do the same operation, but now using the function key and the F4 key, to select between "Computer only", "Extended (dual) presentation mode" or "Projector only" modes.

Some computers have an icon in the tray area at the bottom right part of your screen for the display characteristics. Clicking on it shows a menu where you can select the graphical options for your computer, and there must be an option for the selection of a dual display mode through which you can select computer + monitor (projector)

This same function can be called from the Control Panel in your computer. Assuming that you are using Windows XP, you will need to go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > (Graphics Adapter Configuration Setup), where (Graphics Adapter Configuration Setup) will depend on the graphics adapter chipset used in your computer (Intel, nVidia, ATI, VIA, etc). There, you might have the same options to select a dual presentation mode, to show the things in your computer display and/or your projector.

If even with these indications you are still not able to make your computer show its information through the projector, please send us more details on how you connected your computer to the projector, as well as the brand and model of your computer and the operating system you are using.

Hope this information can be helpful!

Mar 09, 2011 | ViewSonic PJ550 Multimedia Projector

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No video signal from new computer AMD Athlon


have you tried the monitor on another PC? if yes? did it work? if yes, your new computer is set on a very high resolution that the syncmaster could not adjust...

May 09, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 930B 19" LCD Flat Panel...

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No video.dual monitor set up. power button briefly goes from amber to green and then off.


after connecting external monitor see on the bar click on the displays symbol the select extended desktop or multiple display then you can see but if no display then restart the computer and go to setup by pressing del key and disable internal monitor and enable external monitor then you can see dual display .windows98 and old versions does not support dual display windowsXP and lates versions support dual display

Mar 12, 2010 | ViewSonic VA1930WM LCD Monitor

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No picture from computer to pc


Please check the following things:

(i) You're using an appropriate cable to connect the TV to the Computer.
(ii) The cable is connected to the out port on the Computer and the corresponding in-port on the TV.
(iii) You've selected the correct input on the TV.
(iv) Dual display is enabled on the Computer.
(v) The resolution of the video signal being transmitted from the Computer to the TV should map the display resolution support by the TV. In this case, you may try lowering down the resolution of the TV in the Display Settings window of the Computer after selecting the second display.

Aug 31, 2009 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Apple G4 MDD, dual processor. Won't power up


check apples web site. I believe there is a topic on this issue.

Jun 03, 2009 | Apple Power Mac G4 Dual Mac Desktop

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Dell 410XPs + Dell 3007WFP monitor issues


Vinod,
That's quite strange as during system startup you should see the Dell POST logo as at that point the card is only running at VGA, and the monitor will support display at this resolution. If you connect with a normal single DVI cable the monitor should display at 1280x800 also.
Have you tried this? Also have you had this monitor working on another computer at all? What happens if you power up the 3007 with no video cable connected? It should cycle through the pixel test screens. If you are not getting that, and you are not getting the pre POST logo during powerup i suspect that it is a screen failure.

Aug 03, 2008 | Dell Dimension XPS PC Desktop

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Dual monitors


You'll need a dual-monitor video card in your computer. The GVLM1928 is basically two monitors on a shared stand. Each side of the monitor has a separate video connection.

Feb 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Dual display


On some bios's, you can turn on both your onboard video card and keep that enabled while using the other monitor. However i reccomond you buy a video card that supports a dual monitor system without need for tweaking. Otherwise the simple answer for your issue is no and will require much more work than a conventional dual monitor system.

Feb 24, 2008 | ASUS A7S8X-MX Motherboard

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