Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thanks by djbeema / June 20, 2007 12:04 PM PDT In reply to: Firmware upgrade will help I'll give the firmware upgrade a For the fastest results your block size should be half the lowest write speed you typically receive. I tried to copy some pictures from my compact flash reader to my PC and Windows 7 just tanked. Wednesday, July 28, 2010 4:37 PM 0 Sign in to vote Is anyone from MS watchingthis thread. this content
If I boot Ubuntu on the bare metal, the same cygwin copy takes 60 seconds. Please try again now or at a later time. I tried using 2 different drive enclosures but same slow performance - one is by Antec and other is a StarTech USB/SATA adapter cable.Is this normal performance to be expected from The command I used washdparm --direct -T /dev/sdXI was very disturbed to see that the FreeAgent Pro consistently did read transfers about 46% slower than the 320 GB drive - ON http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/184668-esata-drive-partition-very-slow.html
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - i give up by djbeema / May 30, 2007 5:32 AM PDT In reply to: I am seeing the same problem I'm just I'm a bit confused figuring out exactly what you mean. and are iffy at best with Macs.Although there are standards, not everybody plays fair.
This appears to be a problem in the way Win 7 is validating the transfer of files out of a locked folder (copy and paste). Are the computers bridged on your network, or does the data go through a router? -Noel Thursday, April 08, 2010 11:57 PM 0 Sign in to vote FYI, it CAN work... Restart the computer after these changes. Windows 10 Slow File Copy could this be part of the issue?
I don't know where to begin to look at this point.System is a 4 year old Shuttle SB65G2 with on board sata support - I have a 160GB Seagate Sata as Hard Disk Slow Transfer Rate I upgraded the firmware using http://support.seagate.com/rightnow/downloads/FA_Pro_eSATA_Update.zip and it helped a bunch. however, 8 MB is still very low peformance for local copy. the local performance when copying files is very low as well when copying from / to network location.
Top maxmillian Trainee Posts: 17 Joined: Thu Sep 08, 2011 1:17 pm Re: DS1511+ Very slow copying files to/from USB and eSATA Quote Postby maxmillian » Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:00 Hard Disk Slow Performance I've also disabled the Remote Differential Compression but that didn't help at all. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - SATA to eSATA for max speed by MadCracken / June 27, 2007 11:05 PM PDT In reply to: To get the rated speed... They surely can't deliver that, so whatever it is, it's not a performance spec, as your measurements show.Hope you find the problem, however.
i don't want to spend much time in order to do many tests with various setups. The laptop copied 9.7G of files in 7 minutes. Sata Hard Drive Slow Transfer Rate It isn't my experience at all, and I don't believe it. Hard Drive Very Slow Suddenly This was occurring when I had 8GB ram running 7 64-bit.
Which file do you copy, video, document or other file? 3. news Related 0Can I use dd to verify unpartitioned disk surface?1How can I clone a hard disk to a smaller SSD?1resize2fs: Invalid argument while trying to resize /dev/sda1 (dd problems)2when using DD Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 3 posts • Page 1 of 1 tartu I'm New! The board is GA-880GA-UD3H ansemx324Feb 14, 2011, 7:26 AM Okay, so another update. External Hard Drive Transfer Speed Slow
it would be if 20-40% of Beta-Test-Users had the same issues. I'm currently copying files from 1T to 1.5T, the speed is incredibly slow. MS, please confirm! http://ps3coderz.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-issue-slow-speeds.php Makes me crazy...this thread and others show no solution.
I recently purchased a Samsung 500gb SATA hard drive to upgrade my MacBook Pro from 120gb to 500gb. How To Increase Transfer Speed Of External Hard Drive Please help! i mean it is simply poor and not accetable for a modern os.
This step has to be done by a PC. Please help me. I can only say that I have not shared your experience and although I have seen some of the posts you mention, there are many that do not seen to have Hard Drive Slow To Respond Nov 8, 2008 11:56 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by DaddyPaycheck, DaddyPaycheck Nov 9, 2008 5:27 AM in response to paolob Level 6 (16,037 points) Nov 9,
If you PING theXP machine from the Windows 7 machine do you see IPv4 responses or IPv6? This might be in the same category of questions as "is it plugged in", but I can see how someone might not think of this as a potential issue. should your source data be also on a SATA ? check my blog Both have fast, new 64 bit processors (the XP machine runs a Phenom II triple core 720 on a Gigabyte mobo and the Sony notebook has an Intel Core i3; both
Keep in mind that this is the mathematical best, in the real world it will be a bit lower. A 4.6GB file copy from one Win 7 machine to another takes over 1 hour. I feel better now - but not much. After 2 hours on phone with level 2 support (half of the time I was on hold)...
Remote Differential Compression, no help superfetch service disabled, no help I turned off most of the advances settings on the nic card, no speed increase. Both drives (on their NTFS partitions) have a writting capacity of at least 65MB/s. Install Minimum progs,2. However when I removed half the ram, leaving only 4 GB, the stability of USB improved greatly, as did the speed of the transfer.
Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware I have a hard time believing that Microsoft said it and I'd like to see a citation. by Kees Bakker / June 3, 2007 1:47 AM PDT In reply to: my eSATA is transferring slower than USB?? Copying files has an overhead that's roughly proportional to the number of files, but on the other hand copying free space wastes time.
the best speed I can get is1MBPS - intoleratble!