troubleshooting Question

Remote Desktop causing B.S.O.D.

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Every time from any PC, when someone tries to use Remote Desktop to log in to a PC running XP Pro, that target PC shuts down with a BSOD related to file ialmnt5.sys.  I have found that this file is related to the integrated Intel Graphics 945G chipset and I have installed the latest driver for it from Dell's site (the PC is a Dell GX620), but it still happens.  There is an even newer file on Intel's site for this graphics adapter (win2k_xp1431), but when I try to install the file, it says it's not related to the hardware onboard and quits.  Also, I installed an ATI PCI graphics card and have the monitor running off that card, but Windows always reinstalls the integrated Intel controller after I remove it from device manager and it reboots, and so I have both listed under display drivers in Device Manager.  The BIOS settings don't seem to allow me to select anything but onboard/PEG and Auto, so what else can I do here?

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