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Old 03-30-2007, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What Kind of KVM switch?

Hello everyone. this is my first post. glad to be on board this forum. I had a question about KVM switches and if this particular configuration even exists.

I have 2 PCs and 3 Screens. Both PCs are for Audio work, but PC 1 is also my regualar usage computer. I want to be able to control 2 computers and 3 screens from one keyboard on mouse. Here are the senarios:

PC1: hooked up to screen 1 and 2
PC2: hooked up to screen 2 and 3

PC1: Always uses screen 1
PC2: Always uses screen 3
Both: Share screen 2
(aka, never a tri screen setup)

and out of curiosity now that i'm thinking of it, is a tri screen setup possible for only PC1?

hope that made sense.
Thanks much
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