Press numlock twice. There may be other hotkeys, but that's the one that I use. Occasionally mine gets confused (because of reboots and hibernation) and I need to unplug the usb cables from each PC and then plug them back in. Then it works again.
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You can conveniently change ports on the Switch through a keyboard command sequence using the “SCROLL LOCK” key and up and down arrow keys. To send commands to the Switch, press the “SCROLL LOCK” key twice within two seconds. You will hear a beep for confirmation. Then you can press the up or down arrow keys to switch between ports.
Hot Keys are either a single "Key" such as say the Ctrl button, or even a letter or number Key, on the keyboard or a group of "Keys" say Ctrl-Alt-Del, Shift- Alt-1, whatever. Usually the keys have a funtion assigned to them, and when the Keys is/are pressed on the keyboard, a certain action happens.. usually these are pre-programed OR user programed.
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The switch may be the problem but it also may be the monitors internal power supply. To check you can open the case by the little switch and remove the plunger ( the little pin that moves up and down) If you get a picture back then the switch is the problem and you will have to bend the flat spring up to give it a little more movement. I would be if the monitor is about 2-3 years old that the problem is in the power supply board. After a few years many LCD monitors have issues with the power boards blowing capacitors. It happens on desktop monitors and rack mount units too. If you have an external power adapter for the monitor check the voltage output and replace if it is not steady. If the power supply is internal to the monitor then you will need to open the case and check the capacitors for heat damage. Check our site at: www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm for pictures of what to look for. Replace any that look like the pictures and you should be back going again. The values that you will need are going to be marked on the sides of the bad caps. Be sure to use a high temp replacement or the problem will be back in a month or two. If yo don't want to do the repair yourself we do offer a repair service of the monitor for $40 plus return shipping. If you have any questions just let me know.
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Ok i did some research for your question and here is what i found.
This product does not require any software to make it work. I checked the belkin website and they dont have any drivers or software that you can download for this item. When you check the packaging, this item does not ship with a cd or any drivers. If you need some help installing this item i have the website below, with the user manual to help you get started. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have anymore questions id like to help.
You have to hit num lock 2 times to get it out of autoscan operation. You have to hit the num lock 4 times to put it in autoscan operation.
Hit Num Lock 2 times to switch between your PC's
Here's the manual in case your missing yours: