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Dili... remaning matter... then i gone in safe mode tat is restart>f8>safemode>then defrag... but it was toomuch slow..., it had taken more than 3hrs to compleate 23% then no responce it had freezed i had waitd for anather half hr then, i had clicked stop...but no responce, then i waited..,after that i had closed the whole tab bt nothing happened.., then i done crtl+alt+del then shutdown... y this happens? will this takes tome like this, then onemore thing i was being doing refresh when defraging..,by (f5), that timing is normal? my c=79gb n free space 29gb....... pls tel mi...y..........

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Did you install the windows defender ....

if so run the scan once you may have got attacked with the spy ...

and that day as i told you, you will face this kind of some hanging problems because before your system was attacked by that funny scandal,etc viruses
by that one system file has got attacked by the name smss.exe
this is the system file ...
this is needed for some operations ..
though you have already removed the viruses but you are face the effects of those viruses ...
XP is very much delicate operating system for virus ...
once if it s get s attacked it will become slow if we remove the virus also it will not return to the normal speed ..
so this can only be solved by reinstalling the XP ...
once you have done with the reinstalling process you will never face this kind of hanging problem ...

and about the internet connection as your s is satellite connection the sending and receiving of the data packets will take some time .. so by this it will some what slow ..
and some times when transfer some packets it might get lost in the middle of the transmission so some times you will face connection problem ...
when you face this problem just have a check by pinging ur DNS address in the command prompt ...
by this you will get the clear picture that satellite is receiving the data packets are not ...

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