when ii remote desktop to wondows 2003 r2 i get a 2 computer with x on top right just starting doing this

when i remote desktop to windows server r2 it hangs up and get a picture of 2 pc's with an x on it just started doing this all of sudden
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Forrest BurrisCommented:
Faulty connection with lots of packet loss? Open up a DOS prompt and ping -t the server. Let it run 50 or so times and see if you get any packet loss. Is the server on your internal network or some wide area network?
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kingofqueenzAuthor Commented:
ping server from wide area network and sent 50 recieved 32 lost 18 36% loss can it be ISP provider?
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kingofqueenzAuthor Commented:
internal getting slow browsing
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Forrest BurrisCommented:
That's bad news, but good news for diagnosing the issue. Even a 5% loss can take a heavy hit on your network. You need to check your internal wiring and network peripherals first. If it's a WAN connection then you can unfortunately only look internally. Some things to try: Make sure your network card's drivers are the most up to date. Replace your CAT5/6 cables to/from your switch/modem/router to your pc and from switch/modem/router to the wall jack or broadband modem. Make sure you're not using a HUB as one of your network peripherals. Toss in another network card and try the connection again. It could also be another number of things.
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kingofqueenzAuthor Commented:
i checked internal network found out to be bad snr on provider side
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