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Why are updates downloading so slow?

When I was installing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS in my system the installation process stopped at 43 of 93. There it spent about 1 hour, but did not proceed, so then I skipped the process.

After that, installation process ended successfully. The same problem occured when i installed Ubuntu 10.10 as well as Ubuntu 11.04 in my system.

Though I can't see any major problems, I want to know if there could be any minor/major problem that I haven't noticed.

Is there any file or application that would have been prevented from installing and how can I sort it out?

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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, fossfreedom Apr 28 '12 at 8:37

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

I guess you're installing from a CD and you have not checked the case : "install updates from internet". If you do, then it might be that connection is a bit slow.

If You don't, there is an arrow next to the progress bar that you can click on, the pieces of informations written there (in a terminal like) could have help us tell you what's taking so long.

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