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Database head damaged (Networked)

Hi guys,

My database is networked now and when 3 users log in all is well. When the 4 user tries to log in you get a time out saying wait for server etc. When 'no' is selected a message pops up saying database head corrupt. What could be the problem here?
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My experience

WLAN: for Brilliant Database - not to be recommended because it makes problems.

LAN: bad network, high load at the network.

My "largest" Multiuser Database has concurrent 6 Users. No problems so far.
100 Mbit, only Switches, No Hubs,

Database Server is located on Windows XP Pro
Clients working with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

Problem message means that the network connection is not stable or the server has a load problem. Check the Task manager if any task eat up your system. If Brilliantdatabase is the problem, reinstall with the latest 9.42 version. Before reinstallation delete all dead Brilliant Database folders.
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My experience

WLAN: for Brilliant Database - not to be recommended because it makes problems.

LAN: bad network, high load at the network.

My "largest" Multiuser Database has concurrent 6 Users. No problems so far.
100 Mbit, only Switches, No Hubs,

Database Server is located on Windows XP Pro
Clients working with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

Problem message means that the network connection is not stable or the server has a load problem. Check the Task manager if any task eat up your system. If Brilliantdatabase is the problem, reinstall with the latest 9.42 version. Before reinstallation delete all dead Brilliant Database folders.
Yup you're right...there was an issue at a pc causing the problem. However i will be upgrading network cards to gigabit. The server is server 2008 and clients working with win vista and win 7. Thanks your input buddy!
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