+ 0 Votes Try a different User Account on PC2 OH Smeg 2 years ago It sounds as if there is a corrupt User Profile involved here on the PC that is rebooting. Col + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer lm1917 2 years ago I will do this on momday. thanks + 1 Votes events viewer patdeutsch 2 years ago check the events viewer in the computer management. paste it here so we can help you. + 1 Votes Did remote desktop ever work, or is this a new install? robo_dev 2 years ago The rebooting thing on PC2 sounds like a corrupt driver, service, or other Windows component. If system restore is enabled, go back to a restore point when it worked properly. + 0 Votes Raply1 lm1917 2 years ago Yes remote desktop works ok, I can go from PC2, to PC1 and PC3 and loogin with my user account and I see the desktop all PC's ok. We have installed remote desktop again with the some issue. I have new User Profile but I still get the rebooting issue. + 0 Votes As patdeutsch said OH Smeg 2 years ago What's in the Event Viewer? If you've loaded a new user profile and gone to a earlier Restore Point it has to be a Windows Issue so we'll have to look at the Windows Logs. Post the Log here and we'll see what we can find if anything. Col + 0 Votes Driver or Video Issue techrepublic 2 years ago I have encountered this once before. To resolve the problem, I tried taking a laptop directly to the machine that was rebooting. When I started my remote session, the target machine threw out a BSOD and immediately rebooted. The video card was an older OEM ATI AGP card. Updating the drivers did not resolve the problem entirely, so I swapped cards with another machine (identical Optiplex GX620). That solved the remote desktop issue on the first PC, but the PC that received the suspect video card started having issues (including remote desktop issues), so the card was replaced entirely, which solved the problem. + 0 Votes minimal boot/recovery logs should tell the story de.doughboy 2 years ago Did you set the windows boot recovery logs to minimal on the PC that keeps rebooting? I'd try this and check to see whats in the dmp.log after the computer restarts. Look for which driver is causing the system to reset. Chances are your hitting a firmware issue on the video card that forces an incompatible mode. Once you have ID which driver or .dll is causing it then you can upgrade that. Hint my video recorder card did this exact same thing until i found the correct patch for it. If you need help debugging using the dump command see tech republic guides on how to dedug restarts.