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Logitech diNovo Bluetooth to PS/2 KVM switch?

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Old January 30th 04, 11:46 PM
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Default Logitech diNovo Bluetooth to PS/2 KVM switch?


I would like to connect the latest bluetooth keyboard + mouse from Logitech
(diNovo) to a
KVM switch. However, my switch only supports PS/2 keyboard + mouse ports?
The bluetooth receiver has a USB connector.

1.) Does anyone of you have experience with Bluetooth and PS/2 KVM switches?
2.) How can I solve this problem? I have seen USB to PS2 converters, but I
don't think this solves my problem.
I guess I will need a converter from PS2 to USB. Don't have clue if it



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