When all four PCs and the monitor devices are attached the back of the device is definitely very crowded - getting to a single cable in the mix can be hassle. Password Linux - Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. and F me it now works. I haven't try wireless keyboard yet but presume that it should work as well. http://giltronix.com/not-working/belkin-soho-kvm-mouse-not-working.html
Old and new laptop use the same docking station. Cable length is about 6ft and that SHOULD be enough for most users though you can always get longer cables from another source like MonoPrice.com. Maybe something else in that category will fit the bill.
I believe the desktop is old enough that is has no 3.0 ports. As a follow-up, we have produced a firmware update that has resolved this issue. So at the moment I see no option to get it to work. I swapped the desktop for a Dell XPS 7100 with Windows 7 64 bit and now the switch wont go back to it.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org? When the mouse locks up, does the keyboard function properly? -> yes. BUT after much head scratching - I looked in the BIOS and changed the security settings for allowing emulation technology - PLUS i changed something else, turning on USB something?? Avocent Kvm Mouse Problems At first I thought my original keyboard/mouse combo (Radio Shack) were failing or non-compliant, but after swapping them back in after the Microsoft keyboard-mouse combo, it appears the swapping of the
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Switch back and forth... Trendnet Kvm Switch Problems Windows 7 Long time off the mac then come back.. The Doctor View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by The Doctor Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this I was slightly unsure about mixing PS2 and USB but works fine.
So MS, don't try to tell us that it isn't Win7. Therefore my work-around is to lock the machine (via CTRL+ALT+DEL, click on "Lock this computer") before switching away. Startech Kvm Keyboard Not Working Thank you. 0 Sonora OP Rafi (Belkin) Feb 21, 2014 at 9:51 UTC Brand Representative for Belkin You bet! Startech Kvm Switch Keyboard Not Working It might be that Windows 7 is working according to standards, but it still is the only OS I know not working with the switch.
About Us We're a community of knowledgeable PC enthusiasts, providing advice and support for Windows 7 users. his comment is here My mouse would still respond but it was extremely sluggish as if the computer was running at 100% cpu and there wasn't enough horsepower left to deal with the mouse etc. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-Soho-F...dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 The Belkin devices have a part number, like the F1DS104L thing, for more precision when you're searching. ******* With regard to Belkin and reviews, think "$0.65"... Kvm Switch Mouse Not Working
The Newegg link above included a link to the general category of KVM devices. So far, my only workaround is to continue to swap keyboard/mouse when the keyboard/mouse functionality disappears, or else hack the registry to show hidden disabled USB connections in the Device Manager F310C For full disclosure: there is a third device on the KVM: a Win2003 server. this contact form Cool_Omar posted Oct 30, 2016 Loading...
Lou LL Rost, Jan 22, 2011 #7 Weasel Guest I have no idea nowadays. Belkin Kvm Switch Driver Wednesday, January 27, 2010 5:51 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote I have the same problem as the others posting on this thread.I too had the exact same My thought though is would not be limited to L'Tech, as you have found with the MS products.
The KVM does require the use of the 9v AC adapter that is of course included. An easy way to do this (rather then plugging in to the front of the computer) is to use a an old USB 1 (2) port hub and plug it into Paul Paul, Jan 22, 2011 #2 Advertisements Weasel Guest I know several people that have used Belkin equipment and most of them did not work very long or they had Startech Kvm Mouse Not Working The issues was not caused by Windows 7 but the KVM switch which did not support full-time USB emulation or device mapping to connected Windows 7 systems.
Neither of us have ever had > any problems. This suggests to me the issue is not with Microsoft, but a setting somewhere within the BIOS. Does anyone know of a driver I could download to my Dell PC that would detect the devices via the kvm? http://giltronix.com/not-working/belkin-kvm-mouse-not-working.html Same issue: KVMs (3 different ones) worked fine until Win7ult 64 bit.
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Cheers, Rafi 0 Chipotle OP DarthVal Mar 3, 2014 at 2:21 UTC Rafi, thank you so much. After some searching I was able to find one of the I am a little confused. I'd still like to get to the bottom of this.
I suspect it is some bad communications between the Avocent and Win7, but i am not sure what, i know win7 is doing something, but that does not mean that avocent Connected through a Non-Powered USB Hub 4. The Dell doesn't detect the devices if I do this. That means that if you have an external hard drive or other accessory that you want to be shared among all of the machines you can just plug it into the
I've connected both PS/2 and usb devices. The best way to fix it is write up a patch for the kernel. If anyone has an idea how to solve this, this would be great.RegardsSteven Wednesday, November 04, 2009 6:28 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi, You [email protected] Friday, December 30, 2011 11:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote JasksonDigitalTech, I think you were wrong with the IOgear USB KVM switch.
But that seems to be true for any KVM I have used over the years. It turns out, keyboard-mouse functionality returns after swapping both the keyboard and mouse simultaneously for another set of different manufacturer. I had a v1 Belkin KVM SOHO so there was no firmware upgrade for it. Another great feature of the Belkin KVM is the inclusion of two extra USB ports that essentially act as a hub to all of the PCs connected to it.
For Microsoft to say that it's the device's fault, when every other OS is playing nice, is disingenuous and passing the buck. I found a possible workaround, depending on the KVM you're using. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?