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Computer responds with a delay on mouse clicking. For example, when I click on a link or else in IE/Mozilla it takes at least 30-45 seconds to start linking. BroadBand bandwidth 256 Kbps. OS-XP-3, 1GB RAM, 80GB HDD. PENTIUM-4, 3GHz.

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  • Atanu Sengupta Jun 21, 2009

    During downloading anything the speed shows 30-35 KBPS.

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It seems that this because of the slow internet connection.So i would suggest that you must get your internet connection checked

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