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Two Questions

On Friday 06 February 2004 6:59 am, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On Thu, 05 Feb 2004 22:12:44 -0500
> This sounds like a Belden KVM. I've seen this type of problem with them.
> I have a cheap Linksys KVM where I did have a problem with my laptop
> after my laptop went into standby mode, but the desktop system remained
> stable. Another possibility is the W2K system might be running the mouse
> at a different speed than the RH system.

To expand on Jerry's answer, there are two classifications of KVM switches.  
The passive kind are little more than a big messy switch.  The active kind 
try to emulate the K, V, and M to the unselected computers so they don't 
think their peripherals were yanked out all of a sudden.  Windows *hates* 

DK KD  "Apparently the most controversial thing we ever had on _Buffy_ 
DKK D  was a hamburger and chicken sandwich."
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