A KVM switch (short for Keyboard, Video or Visual Display Unit, Mouse) is a hardware device that allows a user to control multiple computers from a single keyboard, video monitor and mouse. A KVM module typically consists of a video port (VGA), mouse and keyboard ports (USB). PS/2 ports for mouse/keyboard are rarely used these days, and hence not provided usually.
If you are getting a keyboard error, you need to do one of the following things:
1. Check if the keyboard needs to be cleaned
2. Check if the keyboard cable has become loose
3. Check if one or more of the keys are stuck
4. If required, replace the keyboard.
The 'native resolution' specification points out one of the big differences between LCD and CRT displays. If you run an LCD at any resolution other than its native resolution, the display will become blurry, especially with text. The reason this happens on LCDs is that they are made up of tiny cells in a matrix (called the native resolution). For instance, if the native resolution is listed as 1280X1024, then there are 1280 cells across and 1024 cells down the screen. If you only display at 1024X768, then a large number of the pixels are being 'stretched' over multiple cells, which is what causes the image quality to degrade. The SPDF - Sony/Phillips Digital Interface is designed to transfer digital signals between devices without degrading the signal by converting it to analog. This preserves the quality of the signal delivered to digital recording and playback devices.
A scanner driver is usually called TWAIN. The Twain driver will always have another name, for example, Microtek calls theirs ScanWizard, and HP calls it as DeskScan or PrecisionScan. The TWAIN driver comes with the scanner, and knows how to operate this one brand of scanner hardware. Each scanner manufacturer provides their own TWAIN driver for their hardware.
Blu-ray drives are usually compatible with CD/DVD drives, but not the other way round.