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I've been using a (logitech) wireless kbd and mouse with a belkin kvm for a few years now. The kvm services both a Windows 7 laptop, and a home-rolled tower running linux. Suddenly this evening, the linux tower froze. Upon re-boot, the initial motherboard boot screen now gives the "Keyboard Error or no keyboard found. Press F1 to continue", and stops dead in it's tracks... Is this likely a problem with the motherboard, or the kvm? I have not yet tried tearing everything apart to plug in a wired keyboard and mouse... Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When ever trouble shooting a KVM that has a problem with one computer always swap the cables at the computer end -- that will tell you if you have a computer or KVM issue.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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