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Try this: Go to Control Panel> Power Options. Edit the plan you use by clicking Change Plan Settings. Once here click Change Advanced Power Settings. Once there, go to USB Settings, open the menu by clicking the +, and open the next menu named USB Selective Suspend Setting. Disable it. Once this is disabled, Windows 7 will no longer adjust your ...
"I think VGA, DVI, and HDMI all look even fuzzier" Sounds to me like your LCD monitor may be the problem, DVI and HDMI should be crystal clear (at the monitor's native resolution) since they are digital. Try a different monitor (and perhaps different cables) to see if it behaves the same way. If it does act the same way, try a replacement KVM.
My guess is, that your RADEON card is NOT a real dual-screen adapter. It just gives you the choice to use DVI or DisplayPort. That could be the reason for the different results you get from "pulling the plugs". - If you have any other display connections on your PC (like VGA, onboard etc.), try using that one for monitor_2 and then use your RADEON card for ...
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