Summary: Any input on how to resolve this would greatly be appreciated. I think I provided enough info for any halfway decent company could resolve this issue... If it is a fixable issue, provided the hardware just may not function in a way to resolve this odd situation.
Pros: I found this at the Goodwill Store, so any defects are obviously not covered by any warranty. With that said, this device works very well, however I read another review about EDID, not sure what that is, but it really seems to be part of my problem. Back to Pro's: This has supported resolutions a...
Cons: The Video EDID is apparently a problem I am having. I hope the review I read labelled this issue correctly with EDID, as I'm about to google it myself. I use my Windows 7 Ultimate with a GeForce 560TI and switch to my old PC which runs a GeForce 8400GS on Vista Ultimate. Upon using my new machine...
Excerpt: Do not Buy. This piece of junk worked for one day. Even when it worked one machine wouldn't recognize the mouse. Next day, the entire computer wasn't recognized. Save your money and time, buy a different brand. I should have read the reviews.
Summary: The KVM switch works as expected and was easy to install. The only thing that concerns me is that the control for the switch is only on a thin wire attached to the unit. If it breaks, there is no backup on the unit itself.
Yes that's right the dog ate my first one and this works just as great as the old one
James J Bertino Jr, Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: I would not have needed to replace mine if it had been dog proof. Yes that's right the dog ate my first one and this works just as great as the old one. I just don't have it on the floor anymore.
Summary: I work in a computer repair shop and bought this to replace a PS2/VGA switchbox. It's been about a month now and I haven't run into any problems switching between the variety of machines that come through the shop.
Pros: Works with every machine I throw at it. Compatible with DVI-I to VGA adapters
Summary: I bought the 4 port model. I thought I was buying DVI, but its VGA. Chalk that up to RDD (reading deficit disorder). I have used KVMs back to the days of Windows 95. I still have a couple of mechanical switch ones in my garage somewhere.