KVM GCS1734 with microsoft wireless mouse/keybrd 4000
Hi, I have a Microsoft Wireless mouse/keyboard 4000 an it only have 1 USB cord. Now on the front of the KVM GCS1734 unit have 2 USB port (1 for kybrd and 1 for mouse) Where does it go? Also is it even compatible to begin with? Would really like to use the wireless and keyboard since I just bought it and it is great for gaming,,,PLEASE HELP !!!!
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Re: KVM GCS1734 with microsoft wireless mouse/keybrd 4000
The MS keyboard & mouse receiver is effectively a USB hub with two devices connected to it. So, plugging it into the keyboard socket on the KVM switch may well work, depending on how that particular switch implements USB. If it just passes things through, it should be OK. On the PC side you should only need to plug in the USB cable from the switch's keyboard port.
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When you replace the Battery on a Wireless Mouse you have to link the Mouse again with your USB receiver. There should be a Button on the bottom of the Mouse that could be marked, Reset, or Link or something similar. Just turn on your Mouse and hold this Button for a few second until the USB receiver finds the signal.
I have a Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 that also has a very short range. The only solution I've found so far is to plug the receiver into a USB extention cord and run the cord toward the mouse.
The devices probably came with a USB cable and a receiver, or just a USB equiped receiver, that you need to plug into your computer. Go ahead and plug the cable and receiver into the computer so that your wireless mouse and keyboard has a means to communicate with the computer. Next, Here is a website address where you can download drivers for your mouse and keyboard. You must first choose either mouse or keyboard, then the exact product and model, then the operating system, and finally the language. repeat the process for the other device (mouse or keyboard, whichever you did not choose first). Good Luck! And let me know if there are any further problems.