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Problem with RIS server

I have a problem with the RIS server that I work with. I used it to deploy Win2000 SP4 to some workstations. Everything was fine until I had the following problem.

During the automated installation process, when everything finishes and Windows is installed, I try to login as user and not as administrator. When I login as a user the following error appears:
Access violation at address 0043B505 in module 'Runcheck.exe'
Read of address 00000000
The problem is probably related to the device drivers of your video card. Try to re-install or update the video card's display drivers. You may also need to re-build the image used to perform the installation; maybe a file is corrupted or missing. If that fails, you'll need to call Microsoft technical support.
This was first published in October 2004

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