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Question by hennie
Submitted on 3/14/2004
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Im running 9 clients under windows XP, & Win2000 for my server, all networking is doing well but only one problem occurs, all clients are shutting down unexpextedly at any time & sometimes it starts in the server but sometimes only the clients shuts down excluding the server. What would be the cause of these?I had checked all the pcs for viruses & reformatted w/c i suspected to have one but still nothing happens. I also re-configure evrything in the server but still same problem occurs.Hope you can help tnks


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