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February 27, 2005 3:42:33 AM

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All,

I just purchased a Belkin OmniView 2-Port KVM Switch and I'm having some
problems. First of all I'm using it with a MSFT Wireless Natural Multi-Media
keyboard I was able to kind of get it to work but I seem to be having issues
with the keyboard not typing keys and constantly adding the "a" key when I
type when I remove the switch from the equation the keyboard works just
fine.



Has anyone been able to get this combination to work?? And if so was their a
trick in doing so.



I've noticed that theirs an optional power connection which I don't have a
transformer for would that help????



Thanks in advance for you help - CES
February 27, 2005 11:20:52 AM

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Wonder if the KVM switch is capable to recognize a wireless
mouse and keyboard.



"CES" <None @ none.com> wrote in message
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> All,
>
> I just purchased a Belkin OmniView 2-Port KVM Switch and I'm having some
> problems. First of all I'm using it with a MSFT Wireless Natural
> Multi-Media keyboard I was able to kind of get it to work but I seem to be
> having issues with the keyboard not typing keys and constantly adding the
> "a" key when I type when I remove the switch from the equation the
> keyboard works just fine.
>
>
>
> Has anyone been able to get this combination to work?? And if so was their
> a trick in doing so.
>
>
>
> I've noticed that theirs an optional power connection which I don't have a
> transformer for would that help????
>
>
>
> Thanks in advance for you help - CES
>
>
February 28, 2005 3:08:26 PM

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Ted wrote:
> Wonder if the KVM switch is capable to recognize a wireless
> mouse and keyboard.
>
>
I got a KVM switch last week, it was not a Belin, but it do not work
with my cordless keyboard, so I presume some signal is not put out by
the cordless keyboard. I am selling the switch to my brother, I will
just have to cope with two keyboards and two mice.
March 1, 2005 3:33:33 AM

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AD,
Did it work at all or did you experiance to problems I decribed... adding
extra keys missing tped keys etc.. Did your box have a power adaptor??
CES
"Ad" <graphi47uk@y.a.h.o.o.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Ted wrote:
>> Wonder if the KVM switch is capable to recognize a wireless
>> mouse and keyboard.
>>
>>
> I got a KVM switch last week, it was not a Belin, but it do not work with
> my cordless keyboard, so I presume some signal is not put out by the
> cordless keyboard. I am selling the switch to my brother, I will just have
> to cope with two keyboards and two mice.
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