It may work, but this is a very basic KVM and we are doubtful it would function properly with wireless devices. The remote is not working However, this typically results in some loss of functionality in regards to hotkey switching and other keyboard supported functions. Unfortunately, this Flip KVM does not natively support “hotkey” switching by keyboard command. Cable Length 2 ft. This wireless KVM switch is great for connecting your old and new desktop computers, giving you instant access to files, programs, and games on both computers.
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According to the manufacturers website, this switch is compatible with the following operating systems: We did find information on replacing the wireless remote if it was lost on Blekin’s website. Can this be used with a wireless keyboard and mouse Answer: Depending on the particular setup, it may work with Windows 8.
Thank you for your inquiry. The green light doesn’t light up or anything. Contact information can be found here: Because user environments vary widely, detailed product support is beyond the scope of this simple FAQ. Belkin does provide software that enables hot-key switching, but it would not increase compatibility to windows 7 and 8. The remote is not working An alternative would be the https: Is there any warranty?
Apparently there is also software that can be installed to allow hotkey switching via the keyboard. I have Windows 7 and Windows 8, which apparently will not be supported by this product, I have found a bepkin that claims that with this driver upgrade it will work. Using wireless keyboards and mice is very hit or miss when it comes to KVMs.
Belkin Flip, 2 Port Wireless USB KVM Switch with Audio
I have older Mac mini and windows vista. Since this is a hardware based switch, that does not require any drivers, we would be skeptical of the claim. Will this switch work with XP and Win 7? Unfortunately, we could no kvj the software on the Belkin website as directed in the manual.
F1DGW – Belkin Flip, 2 Port Wireless USB KVM Switch with Audio
We did, however, locate software listed for another version of the Flip KVM when searching the Belkin support site: At one point in time there was a software package that could be installed to add support for “hotkey” switching, but we could no longer locate the install file or support for the optional software. Just place the remote anywhere on your desk and press to flip your monitor from one computer to the next.
We have had many customers go with an Avocent switch and not run into problems.
For the best results, it is important to have devices that each have their own wireless dongle and a KVM that supports transparent USB pass through. We could not say for sure if it would work or not for the F1DGW and would not in any way recommend, guarantee, or warranty using the software. It may work, but this is a very basic KVM and we are doubtful it would eblkin properly with wireless devices.
Again, it is a hit or miss proposition and we cannot guarantee any switch will work. This KVM switch is kfm for connecting your old and new desktop computers, giving you instant access to files, programs, and games on both computers.
Depending on your particular environment, there could be many reasons why you are not getting the expected resolution. Want to share the kvk and keyboard. Unfortunately, this Flip KVM does not natively support “hotkey” switching by keyboard command. This unit will draw power from the USB connection. For more detailed product support, you may want to contact the manufacturer, Belkin, directly at http: However, this typically results in some loss of functionality in regards to hotkey fli; and other keyboard supported functions.
Belkin KVM Switch Products – Belkin OmniView
There is no support for switching printers. Just place the remote anywhere on your desk and press to flip your monitor from one computer to the next. For the best results, we always recommend using basic, wired devices.