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Belkin KVM switch not working

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Siten0308, Jul 12, 2007.

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  1. Siten0308

    Siten0308 Thread Starter

    Jun 29, 2007

    I have got a Belkin KVM switch model: F1DP108G, and I have 6 servers connected to it, however the 7th server is having trouble using the monitor. the 6 servers are old dell servers poweredge 1450, but the 7th server is a dell poweredge 1650 rack server. the Belkin KVM switch is different from the rest, it uses a cat5 cable instead of a 2 ps/2 and a vga, so using the Cat5, the other end is plugged into another device called SMB server interface module ps/2 model: F1DP101A-AP, then that device plugs into the servers. as i said all other 6 servers work fine, but the 7th gives this message on the screen when I switch to it, "DPMS standby mode" then I move the plugs around and it shows me this message after "frequency over range" please help.

    Thank you
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