Unfortunately, files cannot be attached in this forum, so I’ll just mail them to you (firstname.lastname@example.org). Anyways, I’m very grateful to you that you took your time to look into this. Probably it’s because of the Windows client I use (standalone version of TightVNC):
frome the readme file:
TightVNC 1.2.9 Binary Distribution for Windows platforms
This distribution is based on the standard VNC source with
modifications introduced in TridiaVNC 1.4.0, and includes new
TightVNC-specific features and fixes, such as additional low-bandwidth
optimizations (“Tight” encoding with optional JPEG compression, “local
cursor” feature), improved WinVNC advanced settings, and much more.
Executable files included in the release:
Complete TightVNC server: winvnc.exe, VNCHooks.dll
TightVNC Viewer: vncviewer.exe
TightVNC is available under the terms of the GNU General Public
License (GPL), inclided in the file LICENCE.txt. You can freely use
the software for any legal purpose, but we’re asking for a donation to
the TightVNC project from commercial users, as well as from motivated
individuals, who like the software. You can donate any amount of your
choice starting at 10 U.S. dollars. See the details here:
Your support ensures we can add more new features and fix more bugs,
making TightVNC a better software for you. Thank you in advance!
I downloaded the latest version. (and yes I tried ot several compression methods)
I would be glad to hear of a better client for Windows, if that would solve the issue.