Tue Sep 30 15:02:00 2003
I would suggest checking your NIC and video drivers to be sure they are up
to date. And when you describe booted out, does either machine lock up?
What video card and NIC do you have in the machine.
Cyndy Sheehan said:
> I have a situation that has me out of ideas with a connection through
VNC. I use VNC on a Windows 98 OS and I can connect normally to a 98 or
2000 or XP system without any problems, except one. I have one computer
that is an
> OS 2000 and I can establish the connection, send the password, it will
> to paint the screen, then I am booted out and no error message is received.
> I can connect to other computers on the same network without the
problem. We have un-installed and re-installed the application and have
it set up with the same options as the other computers, but it continues
to bounce me
> out. I have tried finding a log for the connection on my computer, but
> not had much luck yet. I started searching the archives of this
> but I may not be searching for the correct keywords because it I have
not come across this situation yet. There must be something wrong in
the set up, but I can not seem to find it. Does anyone have any
suggestions on how
> to track it down? Thanks in advance.
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