Question about IOGear USB gcs1734 4-port KVM Switch
I have a 4 port IOGEAR's MiniView™ SE GCS84B. I can't seem to switch between the connected ports using my keyboard.
The GCS84B uses a tricky hot key command sequence. It use Alt + Ctrl+ Shift + the port number + Enter. Do not hold these keys down like you would for a Ctrl + Alt + Delete command. Quickly tap these keys using the keys on the same side of the keyboard. Meaning if you start with the left Alt key the also use the left Ctrl and left Shift. When selecting a port number use the number keys above the letters and not the number pad. Also this key sequence must be completed rather quickly.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Make sure that your keyboard is connected to the keyboard port of the switch. The USB ports on the switch has pictures that indicates where the keyboard and mouse should be connected.
The hotkey combination is CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + Port no.(1,2,3 or 4) + ENTER
Note: "tap the keys one at a time and not at the same time"
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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