Maybe you haven't installed your USB drivers. Right click on my Computer > Manage Go to Device Manager Do you see any Triangular yellow colored warning signs in there? If there are and they are in the USB section, that is the reason for the slow transfers.
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you will need an original WinXP disk....insert the disk in the CD drive and restart...let it boot from the CD (to make changes to boot sequence make changes in BIOS)
once it boots from CD then repair you OS or install a fresh copy of the OS
shell32.dll file is very important windows system files.It control all users grapgical settings, icons, anything related to graphic user interface of the Operating system.If shell32.dll cannot be copied during installation,the system never gets to GUI mode.Try using a New CD/DVD.it will solve your problem.
your CD Rom drives could be dirty if if they are not copying files from the CD's correctly. tipically while installing an OS the CD's are moving alot of data very fast and can encounter errors if drives are dusty or dirty or even if the cd's have small scratches or smudges. I recommend a CD/DVD drive cleaner disk, or fresh copies of your CD's. You May also have to replace your drives, you can buy replacements fairly cheap from online retailers such as tigerdirect.com or on auction sites.
vista is main problem are you viewing the picture before you move them vista has problem if u open it 1st before coping moving etc etc it does what u mentiond b4 either shut the program u are using to view with down before u transfer them
Please clarify what type of motherboard and its chip setup also did you upgrade with high end processor or any additional ram you increase or any change you made so recently.
If from the starting itself the problem for moving/coping or installation of the software is related to the compatibility of hardware system configuration - it can be the bus speed or faulty hard drive also system memory is fully loaded or enagaged by any other activity taking place in background, may it a virus or a trojan so please let me know the problem with history.