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Old July 1, 2012, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Lpfan4ever View Post
We fix computers mainly from pre Vista days, since the area my work is in seems to be filled with ancient machines. When we reload XP machines, the new hardware window usually pops up for other stuff before the KVM's drivers (seems like they're just generic USB KB/mouse drivers) can install, making them essentially useless until we can get drivers installed. We have a 2 port D-Link USB/VGA KVM, but that's why we don't use it.

Unless that's a problem with the D-Link KVM? In which case USB would be welcomed.
Hard to say, every KVM works a little different. I have a this D-Link 2-Port USB KVM Switch with Audio Support at home and it has always worked fine, no matter how old the PC may be (so long as it has USB that is!)
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