Originally Posted by Tommy Boy
Check the connection on your monitor, if it's dvi then the kvm I gave won't work, it has to be vga.
DVI kvm switches are a lot more expensive than vga ones so you need to check that.
Also you should be aware that your video signal will be degraded just a little bit when you use a kvm switch. It's just due to the fact that there is extra cabling and a couple more connections instead of the direct cable from the pc to the monitor. Anytime you add connectors to a cable the signal will be degraded.
She doesn't care much if the video signal is degraded so no big deal there.
Do you know where we can get that DVI kvm switch from? Is that something sold regularly? The guys at Best Buy didn't seem to know how to work this problem.
Thanks again for the help.