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What keyboard strokes do i make to switch between computers, I have kvm hooked up to a laptop and pc and attached to lcd
Switch to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] 
Switch to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] 
Previous Active Port [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [Up Arrow]
Next Active Port [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [Down Arrow]
Switch Audio to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [F1]
Switch Audio to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [F2]
AutoScan Mode [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] 
Change All to the First PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [A] 
Change All to the Second PC [Scroll Lock] [Scroll Lock] [A] 
In AutoScan mode, the switch remains on one port for 10 seconds before switching to the next. This time interval cannot be changed. To exit autoscan mode press [Spacebar].
When in AutoScan mode, no mouse or keyboard controls. If the user moves the mouse or uses the keyboard while switching the connection between computer and the switch might be interrupted and cause erratic mouse movement and errant display when using the keyboard.
Maximum resolution supported is 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz.
If mouse movement is erratic:
make sure you do not have more than one mosue driver installed. Make sure that the driver is either for a standar PS/2 mouse or a Microsoft compatible PS/2 mouse. Make sure you do not have any mouse drivers loaded in your CONFIG.SYS or AUTOEXEC.BAT files. Avoid moving the mouse or pressing the mouse button when switching ports on the switch. You can reset the mouse and resume porper mouse movement simply by unplugging the mouse from the switch and allowing 2-3 seconds before plugging it back in.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
The switching between computers press scr lock twice and then up or down or 1 or 2. Mine works with 1 or 2 but I have to hit enter after double sck lk and 1 or 2.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
Try Prnt Scrn. It should pull up a menu of the inputs and you use the arrow keys to select the one you need and press enter.
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
SCROLL_LOCK, SCROLL_LOCK 1 and so on - so SCROLL_LOCK, SCROLL_LOCK 2 for port 2 and so on - tends to be the default for BELKIN KVM switches.
For DAKOTA SCOUT, try CTRL, CTRL. This might get you to the control panel. If the switch has previously been set up then you should be able to use the UP, DOWN arrow keys, as appropriate and follow by ENTER to select the machine you want. If the switch has not been set up then repeat the CTRL CTRL again - and this should get you to the main menu from where you can set up the switch
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
It can be 1 of 2 strokes
1. press scr lk, scr lk, UP or Down
2. press scr lk, scr lk, 1 or 2
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
Try the PrintScreen/SysRq button.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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