I have a 'wavy' screen on some PCs using this device, I've switched from a CS 84A, and no matter what I do to the resolution, or frequency, some outputs are ok, others have a 'wavy' appearence.
This is a fairly common occurrence, typically due to signal loss. The longer the total cable run (monitor to computer connector) the less loss you will have. The longest KVM to computer cable I can use reliably these days is about 12-15? at 1024 x 768 at 32 bit color or 8? for 1280 x 1024 at 32 bit color. Things you can do to reduce loss: -Reduce the length of the total cable run. -Increase the quality of the cables used. I only use low loss cables now and have far fewer issues. -Change the video card, some cards can push a signal a longer distance that others. -Reduce the resolution/colors the video card displays. -Try a different monitor or if possible use a different (low loss) cable to connect the monitor to the KVM. Let us know how it turns out or if you have any other questions.
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