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Network login corrupts display

By F1 ·
A new system with a Asus CUW-E motherboard based on Intel's 810e chipset with an integrated Intel 10/100 LAN adapter runs fine until my customer logs into his MS Small Business Server network. The display immediately becomes corrupted - the fonts become beome huge, the pop-up windows become solid grey boxes and the system is unusable. I have never run into this and am perplexed! Does anyone have any ideas?

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by tbradley In reply to Network login corrupts di ...

Check to see if your video adapter and Network Card are sharing the same IRQ, IO port address, or memory space. If so, there is your problem.

If this is not indeed the problem, then either your video driver, or Net card driver is corrupted or damaged.

Last but not least, check to see if there
are any policies running on the network which may affect the desktop/video.

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by F1 In reply to Network login corrupts di ...

Actually, although none of the suggestions pointed out the problem, it was a good answer.

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