This was the response from Microsoft.
I have completed this and awaiting trial. ( after a reformat!)
Please post if this solves your problem.>
Your issue usually happens if your Quality of Service (QoS) Packet Scheduler is turned on. In this case, I recommend that you clear the Qos
Packet Scheduler check box. Here are the steps:
>1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
>2. Click Network and Internet connections, and then click Network
>3. Right-click the icon for the network or Internet connection, and then
>4. Clear the QoS Packet Scheduler check box, and then restart the
>For more information on QoS, please go to: