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    Default What is a "KBM" device?

    Test objective 4.7

    "...periphial devices include:
    Disk Drives
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    KBM devices"

    What is a "KBM" device?
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    I'm sure it is a typo for KVM device.
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    Default hiiiii

    IT IS CALLED AS KEYBOARD MONITOR SWITCH
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mishra
    I'm sure it is a typo for KVM device.
    or in this case, Keyboard Bideo Mouse device
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    Looks like a typo and should be KVM (Keyboard Video Mouse)
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    My money's on KVM (the B on the keyboard is right next to the V).
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    Oh yea!? Well my money's on Kicked By Mule.

    *I just find it hilarious that it happens so much that it requires an acronym.
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