On a system that has been recently reformatted and had a clean reinstallation of W2K, disk cleanup crawls to the point that it looks like it hangs (although I think if I waited longer than 45 min. it just might get through it all). The compression of old files seems to really bog it down in particular. I've tried to use the /sageset and /sagerun switches suggested in MSKB Q253597 to eliminate the compression step (there shouldn't be much in the way of old files with a newly reformatted computer, right?), but it still goes through the step and bogs down. Any suggestions as to cause and cure?