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When im using windows xp my keyboard works properly but when i upgrade to windows vista some of the keys doesnt work

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Look that your keyboard is compatible with window vista in driver manual.then install driver manualy from cd in vista.Hope this solution works.Otherwise i am always for help

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What you need to do is to check the system requirements for every KVM switches before purchasing it.

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- USB KVM switches are designed to work with USB. Meaning, if you're going to use an adapter (PS/2 to USB), there's a big chance that your KVM might not work correctly.

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