I am in need of something that will allow dual inputs into a projector but will automatically switch. The projector is mounted to the ceiling and I want to allow users to either connect wirelessly or via a VGA cable to the projector. I am not sure what I need, but I know a KVM would not work because it is just VGA that I need.
It's not a costly solution if it works reliably, but you might find that modifying a standard KVM switch would do it. I haven't done this, but I assume that a KVM switch will select the inputs based also
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The viewer will learn how to successfully create a multiboot device using the SARDU utility on Windows 7.
Start the SARDU utility:
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