> > It's *got* to be the network configuration on the client machine.
> We've seen gripes of this sort before --- check the list archives for
> possible fixes. I seem to recall something about a "QoS patch", as
> well as suggestions to get rid of third-party packages that might be
> interfering with the TCP stack.
I personally checked out the last report from a poster who got the issue
on win2k but not on winxp. I ran his exact dump into my 2k server with
no problems. This is definitely some type of local issue.
Josep: does your table have any large ( > 1k ) fields in it?
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