could I need a different cable? ThePizzaMatrix 2013-12-20 18:35:39 UTC #7 JHolland wrote: mine came without any drivers or firmware on it so it's taking 3 hours to transfer the 29mb smartware software onto the hdd. I don't know the answer, but I'm beginning to think it is Win7's problem? Aug 11, 2010 at 07:14 PM Howto: Fix Slow USB 2.0 file transfer on Windows XP August 11th 2010 USB storage devices can be optimized for either quick removal or performance. Source
The source is an old WD Cloud NAS on ethernet via my ethernet connected router. After boot it was fine but at sometime over the next hour it would slow. share|improve this answer answered Jan 12 '14 at 23:11 Bartłomiej Zarzecki 1712 Do you think ti could be cable related? which is confusing because if the HD is at fault...
So I tried a different USB cable, and it works perfectly. 25.6 MB/s! Computer Specs: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit ASUS P6T Motherboard Intel Core i7 940 2.93Ghz Q-FX1700 512MB Quadro 12GB Ram (2 x Corsair TR3X6G 1333C9 GB RAM) External Hard Drive: Read More . My Ghost takes about 1 hour to write a 50 to 60GB image to my external disk - and it is about the same on different systems with different external disks.
The 2.0 on the right starts out even lower around 5 mb/s and then does the whole drop thing as well. Changed "Better Performance" setting in Windows. In the end I have to force to unplug the USB to stop hanging my laptop. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/external-hard-drive-is-reallly-slow Hope you find this useful!
If it is 2KB/sec then pleae post what you are copying. I have a problem copying a large number of big files. For some reason the 'sharing & permission' section of my movie folder had two entries for me on saying 'read & write' and the other saying 'custom' above it. P.S - You might be asked to restart your system every time you download & run a new update, it is absolutely fine, do that for the changes to take into
patrick47018Aug 20, 2013, 4:42 PM Not a problem Jakub SisakSep 30, 2013, 6:08 PM I am having the same problem here but experiencing even lower speeds. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/optimize-data-transfer-speed-external-drives/ Put the old cable on, and it was slow again, with the same error message. This *could* be due to parity-related CPU usage, which I can see spike pretty quickly after starting a transfer.... Installation and Setup Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is
but u need to click on Change settings for goo to Policies tab :P Report avi- Jun 1, 2013 at 04:20 AM I have tried Also But when I click to this contact form andyjm 2014-06-25 17:34:28 UTC #11 Same here. My struggle for 2 days ended finally. Eventually, after heavy wear, the drive will stop working altogether.
It would start out around 100MB/s, but then drop to 8-9 MB/s until I canceled the transfer. Please not too technical thanks See more Why copying slower into external hard disk Why did computer load so slow in copying files from disc Can slow copy speed damage files? Replace an Old Drive With a New One Solid state drives become slower as they age because repeated read/write cycles wear down the available cells of memory 3 Top Tips To Maintain have a peek here But for the last 3 days I've been trying to backup my work onto my external HD..
I searched for more comprehensive testing software and tripped over a thread of someone using the same model HDD. Or maybe they were not corrected. Once in BIOS, look for an “Advanced” or “Drives” section, and then look for the Legacy USB Support setting.
Then swap cable, Then as @Marco suggest do a SMART test - maybe the drive is just defective. –Bartłomiej Zarzecki Jan 13 '14 at 0:37 Tried it on a SMART was OK. Also when I copy things off of the HD it's just as slow... Since you overwrote the erroneous segments by hand, you need not choose Zero Out Data now.
I installed it anyways and it still responds ridiculously slow. Reply Ivan Gutowski July 31, 2015 at 2:38 pm Looking into it a bit more there does not seem to be any real improvement by setting it to better performance, just This is due to the way the safe removal settings are configured in windows. http://casualobserver.net/file-transfer/file-transfer.html Read more.
I do suspect that it is my HD that's the problem though... solved USB3.0 Enclosure Hard Drive slower Transfer slow external hard drive transfer speed Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Why is populism seen as being negative or bad? I did and immediately, upon the next restart of Windows, my USB3 transfer speed surged from about 28 mb/sec to 105 mb/sec.
Is there any mathematical reason for this "digit-repetition-show"? Thank You Reply Anas T February 21, 2014 at 2:01 pm Nice! But something with the file explorer didn't work. I also have an HP laptop with a WD secondary drive and an 840Pro OS drive.
which is painfully slow for a FireWire 400 anyone have any idea what wrong?