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You may not need to change any settings, it may be other factors at play. Have you worked through Microsoft's guide? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813514 Let us know how you get on.
Could be a number of things.... my initial thought is what is the actual quality of the broadband itself like and what downstream/upstream speeds are you getting?
How old is the pendrive (USB flash drive?) that you are using? Sound like the transfer is not happening properly. Try it with a different (new?) pendrive and see what happens. I don't recommend using USB flash drives for storage. Many thanks Ant
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