ZP, Vista and KVM


B

Bill

Is anyone using a KVM switch between an XP PC and a Vista PC that actually
works and doesn't cost a huge amount?

My monitor and both PCs have VGA and DVI connections. The keyboard and
mouse are the common Microsoft Wireless Comfort keyboard 1.0A and Wireless
Optical Mouse 2.0 which connect via a USB plug on a Microsoft Optical
Desktop receiver. The receiver also has a blue PS2 plug which does NOT have
to be connected to either of the PCs for the KB and M to work perfectly.

Is a KVM switch likely to cause problems if I set up a network of any sort?

Regards,

Bill
 
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G

Gurney

Is anyone using a KVM switch between an XP PC and a Vista PC that actually
works and doesn't cost a huge amount?

My monitor and both PCs have VGA and DVI connections. The keyboard and
mouse are the common Microsoft Wireless Comfort keyboard 1.0A and Wireless
Optical Mouse 2.0 which connect via a USB plug on a Microsoft Optical
Desktop receiver. The receiver also has a blue PS2 plug which does NOT have
to be connected to either of the PCs for the KB and M to work perfectly.

Is a KVM switch likely to cause problems if I set up a network of any sort?

Regards,

Bill
Why ask here? What does this have to do the XP OS? NOTHING.

Ask elsewhere
 
M

M.I.5¾

Gurney said:
Why ask here? What does this have to do the XP OS? NOTHING.

Ask elsewhere

XP would have been in the thread title had the OP not made a typo (but that
is probably far too complex a concept for a mentally retarded ****wit like
you to figure out), so that make your repetitious post completely invalid.
 
S

Scooby Doo

Gurney said:
Why ask here? What does this have to do the XP OS? NOTHING.

Ask elsewhere

It didn't strike me as that hugely off-topic, you little charmer, you.
 
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J

JohnO

Ignore the troll, Bill. This seems like a very reasonable question that may
be interesting to a large part of this community.

I don't have an answer, but maybe someone else here does. FWIW, I'm thinking
about using Remote Desktop instead of a KVM.

-John O
 

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