Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. Damaine1 hi. Okay...If this hasn't been posted yet...Here is the fast and easy Fix to Firewire issues (Im on windows 7...and I'm sorry if this doesn't work out for you...this obviously MAY NOT Here is my USB mouse, as an example. Check This Out
Either way, you can change that setting using the Device Manager my right-clicking the external drive, selecting Properties and then within the Policies tab. I can't believe that Microsoft ship their latest OS with Firewire drivers that don't work by default. Is this normal? and is there anyway to increase the speed?thanks. http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/32779-windows-7-slow-firewire-transfer-speeds.html
After my near loss of data today I rebuilt my Raid to 5 with three Seagate Barracuda hard drives each at 2 TB. If running Vista or Windows 7 also check "enable write caching on the disk". 12. Please explain, why is it when im moving files over a network im getting ridiculous silly slow speeds?
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices How-To Geek Articles l l Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET UPDATES BY EMAIL Enter your email They got around 35mb/s speeds. I have XP as well. Total times 38 minutes and 91 minutes.
Open Device Manager, Expand your IEEE 1394 Host Bus Controllers and Right click on your 1394 device, then choose "Update Driver Software". My 350gb my book transfers at a pretty normal rate but the Essential takes for ever, to transfer 1 gb of data will take approximately 3-4 hours!! It may improve performance for any drive connected via FireWire. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/248665-32-external-slow-transfers-firewire It worked for me as my speen went from 7MB to 52MB by just using the legacy drivers shipped with the OS.Anyway, let me know if this works!
Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Software.All Rights Reserved. Also important to note that we do not work with onboard 1394 chips on any system except MAC. All are now working fine with the Unibrain driver. It takes more than 1hour to transfer 10 MB.
This problem is easily corrected, just follow these instructions: 1. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/external-hard-drive-is-reallly-slow Related Resources solved New DIY External HDD extremely slow (1-5mbps transfer) Slow transfer speeds with external hard drive (USB and FireWire)? It was tuning off Remote Differential Compression. The motherboard was originally in an HP Pavilion m8100n, and when I searched the HP site I didn't see any motherboard-specific drivers (had to search for Vista drivers, was planning on
Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. his comment is here You need fast efficient writes on the PCI-e bus as well as large fifos to ride out the long latency. Thanks in advance, Denny Media Composer 8.5.4, BCC 10.0.0074, AvidDVD 6.4.4, Boris Red 126.96.36.1992, Asus P9X79 Pro Motherboard with Intel 3930K Processor. 32 gigs DDR3 ram, Windows... [view my complete system Connect with LK through Tech Journey on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
it says that for W7 you should also check "enable write caching on the disk" - this option is not available on my copy of W7 (Home Premium 64). La Boheme March 2, 2013 Facebook Twitter Pinterest MobileAppPage Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email I have an older laptop running Windows Vista 32-bit. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate Edition x64 CPU Q9650 E0 @ 4.0 GHz 1.304v Motherboard eVGA 750i FTW! http://invisibledetector.net/windows-7/new-install-of-windows-7-is-slow.html Transfer of files from old external to new external very slow!
Easy as that! Freelance editing in the UK Page 1 of 3 (31 items) 1 2 3Next > © Copyright 2011 Avid Technology, Inc. It took a bit of playing around but it's fixed now.
Jan Fritsch March 2, 2013 at 7:31 pm The only setting I know of is the optimization for fast unplugging by disabling the cache for the external device but that shouldn't This forum is popping since the 22nd. Another thing i just noticed is that for the first 3-4 seconds (20-25% of the 4.78gb) it copies perfectly, clocks in around 80-114mb/s then once it hits that 4th second..it slows I know for a fact that even USB is faster then this...
LoboFan59 2010-02-09 14:55:20 UTC #3 I'm assuming that you are using a USB connection for you external hard drive. Should this make a difference? All requirements should be listed in the config guide for each system which is located on the Knowledge base. http://invisibledetector.net/windows-7/slow-initialization-in-windows-7.html I am using xcopy to perform differential backups of my data to external drives.
Any solutions would be appreciated. Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support? Offline Forum Member Joined: 2010-05-29 Posts: 84 I'm using Windows 7 Professional. I know this probably doesn't help you...
and its still only about 40% done. On the new windows click on "Browse My computer for driver software", then choose "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer", then select the driver with This becomes a tidious process as it takes very long time to transfer hugh datas. Someone please help me for the same. Drivers may be downloaded from Unibrain’s website atwww.unibrain.com I all comes together in the end!
simple so give it a quick shot - check the status of driver and update if possible. Thanks for the lecacy TIP How do you measure your speed for USB and Firewire transfers? It's so frustrating to have this run so slow, so I'm hoping if you walk me through it I can fix mine as well. Click on the “Policies” tab.10.
I am getting speed of around 20mb/s only. Network & Sharing Slow Transfer Speeds from my NASI am hoping someone might be able to shed some light on this problem. Navigate to Computer. 2. Anyway it says it supports Win 7 (maybe only in legacy mode) and it has a TI chip ob board.