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Need power supply for Hp 336044-B21 KVM Switch. (DVE Switching Power Supply, Model DSO-142L) in the last two month I lost three same switches with the same problem - power supplies...

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There are a few things that you can do. First; try to go online to HewlettPackard.com and locate the power supply. Second;go online to ebay and search for the power supply. Last;locate a Batteries R Us store in your city. They have a huge supply of batteries and power adapters. If you do not find a HP adapter the store person can help you find one that is complimentary to your HP adapter.

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I'm currently having to manually switch between my PC and Mac. When I unplug the Dynex Model DX-WKBD keyboard and mouse (both wired) and service cable from the Mac and plus them into the PC, the Number,...


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This will allow you to connect the 2 computers to 1 keyboard an mouse. These can be found at any office supply chain that has computer hardware (Like Staples or Office Depot) or online.

To connect it, power off both computers, connect the KVM to each, and then plug your Monitor, keyboard and mouse into the KVM. Power on the systems (one at a time).


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here is the info you need...

Input Power 100~240V, 50~60Hz
9V DC,1A Max
Hope this helps...

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