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    Default How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    amar Samsung Lcd monitor,keyboard,mouse kivabe duita CPU/PC er shathe share korte pari?any idea?

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    এভাবে sahre করা যায়ে? তাহলে তো খুবই ভাল কথা।
    খাই-দাই গান গাই, তাইরে নাইরে না!

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Yeah...theres a device known as KVM switch...it is a electronic switch to share keyboard/mouse/video among 2 PCs to single set...

    only prob...these things are costly...and only network/data centers use these....around 4-10k upon configuration/features...

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Yeah...theres a device known as KVM switch...it is a electronic switch to share keyboard/mouse/video among 2 PCs to single set...

    only prob...these things are costly...and only network/data centers use these....around 4-10k upon configuration/features...
    thanks.i also saw something like KVM switch when i searched in Google.i am looking for some other cheaper solution but probably there isn't any other solution than this KVM thingy.

    + repu added.
    Last edited by knroeoueqisk; July 9th, 2010 at 00:56.

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Cheaper 2 port KVM switches are available at IDB. Search for Encore, Belkin, TP-Link or Nonbrand 2port KVM switches. Should cost around 1500-3000tk. Alternately if you have an LCD monitor with two inputs then plug both monitors in different ports and use two sets of keyboard-mouse to operate them. But I'll recommend KVM over this solution because of its flexibility.
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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Quote Originally Posted by Manzoor View Post
    Cheaper 2 port KVM switches are available at IDB. Search for Encore, Belkin, TP-Link or Nonbrand 2port KVM switches. Should cost around 1500-3000tk. Alternately if you have an LCD monitor with two inputs then plug both monitors in different ports and use two sets of keyboard-mouse to operate them. But I'll recommend KVM over this solution because of its flexibility.
    thanks man.+ repu added.

    1500-2000 takar moddeh paile ekta kinte pari.

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Or u can use software KVM .. costfree ..

    Adv:
    * no cost
    * easy setup
    * no hardware
    * works in long distance that normal KVM cant (except LAN based KVM)

    disadv:
    * no bios support for remote pc
    * Hi res vid is not so smooth in low BW network.

    Theres many free SW KVM out there, just google it, its usefull for long distance administrating mainly.
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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    Quote Originally Posted by AmareX View Post
    Or u can use software KVM .. costfree ..

    Adv:
    * no cost
    * easy setup
    * no hardware
    * works in long distance that normal KVM cant (except LAN based KVM)

    disadv:
    * no bios support for remote pc
    * Hi res vid is not so smooth in low BW network.

    Theres many free SW KVM out there, just google it, its usefull for long distance administrating mainly.
    thanks bro.+ repu added.

    i will check software KVMs.

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    (+) reputation to Salman vai, Manzoor vai & Akib vai....

    And, a biiig thanks to all of u guys...

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    Default Re: How can i share a keyboard, mouse, and monitor with 2 computers

    And if you had time could you look here please? -
    Set Up a Virtual KVM - How To by ExtremeTech


    This article explains how to link a Mac and a PC. You could just use two PCs without problem.

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