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Old 07-18-2016, 11:34 AM   #1
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Post Typing in reverse after Dynadock Connection

I have a Dynadock u3.0 and have just tried to reconnect it after 2 months away.

The re-connection seemed to work fine until I tried to type on my external (Logitec - S510 Cordless) keyboard and then on my LT's own keyboard

The issue I have is strange.

If you disconnect the dynadock's USB I can type as you see now, connect the dock to the LT with or without the Wireless Keyboard you get what I have outlined, below:

"The" types as (ehT) and 1769 produces (9671) on the screen, This happens continuously, in that I could write a full page ans eacg word would be in reverse.

It looks like the cursor is not moving forward with each character depression on the keyboard and when i try to move it with the arrow keys .. it will not let this happen.

So I ran the latest DisplayLink instillation cleaner and then re-installed DisplayLink USB Graphics Software for Windows 8.0 M0 for my Windows 10 machine.

Started up and still the same problem, went on to try the connecting USB in a different USB port, same again.

Can anyone help with this please?

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Old 07-19-2016, 12:06 PM   #2
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Hello HoolioG,

Our technology is not in the USB hub powering docking stations. Our technology is a chip also attached to the dock internal USB hub, like your keyboard.
Therefore, our chip and its drivers do not control the USB traffic between the computer and the other peripherals connected to the dock.
That's why removing the drivers and putting them again doesn't have any influence: it only affects the audio, video and Ethernet on products using our technology for these.

Because we don't see that communication between the keyboard and computer, I would recommend you follow up with the dock manufacturer, Toshiba, so they can help you on what else they implemented in that dock.

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Old 07-20-2016, 01:02 PM   #3
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Hi

Appreciate the advice and as you suggests I will check in with Toshiba to see what they have to say.

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