found this great......its bloody works, thanks to the super brain who worked it out Go to 1. Funny. Error correction slows things down considerably.posted by damn dirty ape at 8:30 PM on June 10, 2010 You could have a slow drive. Not as slow as your copying times, assuming your 5 minutes for five 350MB files is accurate, but I always use good quality discs and I generally check the burn quality his comment is here
I'd like to know which was the culprit but I'm not sure I want to waste my time. TightVNC is an opensource and free product that works on all OS.Hope any of this helps. I washed my hands of that machine long ago, lol. Also tried from safe mode, no luck there either. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/271141-very-slow-file-transfer-dvd-desktop.html
Select the 'explorer.exe' from the list & click on 'End Process'. I did a bing search for "Revit files deleting .rvt "This is not just a windows 7 issue, but wide spread like the Adobe files in windows directory.This is also a Notice how the delete confirmation dialog appears immediately this time. One forum suggested that some USB cables don't fully support USB 2.0.
Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. With the USB connection? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number custom built OS Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601 CPU AMD Phenom 9650 QuadCore, revision DR-B3 Motherboard ASUS M4A78 Memory 5 GB yes Windows 10 Slow Usb Transfer Fix Sunday, September 13, 2009 3:28 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Have you tried deleting the file from a CMD prompt? What was the outcome?
I didn't say you are alone, just that the amount of people having issues is too small for MS to feel like fixing it. Dvd Drive Slow Read I don't. File mangement via the command prompt is no problem at all, so I find it inexcusable that there is any delay with Windows Explorer when performing identical operations. In addition, the issue can be related to third-party codecs or third-party components, espcially file system filter drivers, such as anti-virus drivers.
bobafetthotmail View Public Profile Find More Posts by bobafetthotmail 29 Dec 2012 #9 OvenMaster Win7 Pro 32bit; Zorin OS 9 Core (in VM) 729 posts W. Fastcopy I have a desktop machine running Win 7 64 bit, and a laptop running Win 7 64 bit also. to complete, still no progress bar movement, then reported 7 hours 30 mins to complete... just tried tercopy.
The laptop has a Realtek wireless NIC (120 Mbps). http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/346638-How-to-copy-CD-DVD-data-files-to-hard-drive-faster TeraCopy is free, unless you want the paid-for pro version. Slow Dvd Drive Windows 10 SATA II drive and Win7 and it zips away! Windows 10 Slow File Transfer You kinda look like him.
Put the new cable on, and it worked fast again. http://lacosteradigital.com/windows-10/slow-bootup-on-new-laptop.html stop trying to convince me it does. Its a Dell system, Quad core Intel of some sort, 6 or 8 GB ram upgraded. It supports multiple directories with a single drag and will also work on UNC paths, Windows XP and Windows 7. Download Fast Copy
Monday, September 14, 2009 10:33 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm having the same problem except is is extremely slow with everything. I did defrag quite a bit recently... Using FastCopy, file transfer took 10 minutes, 53 seconds, with an average speed of 805KB/sec. weblink It takes less than a minute and is completely free!
I have also disabled Windows Search thinking maybe it was due to that but also still cannot delete.In our case there are no USB devices connected, nor any external drives of Teracopy Quote 4th Jun 201200:40 #12 VanDammage View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJun 2012 LocationParts Unknown Hoser Rob, did u join this thread just to run your Yay!
i dont understand why nero cant do it. They are only 14 months old. The NAS is connected via wifi. Xcopy Arrange in order of name so you can easily find explorer.exe Try to delete the files giving you the problem and watch in task manager for which explorer.exe starts using the
Everything else works great and I'm actually quite pleased with Windows 7, but I do a lot of data transfers and this is beginning to sway my opinion of this. If file system errors were detected (too fast, I didn't see), they should be corrected, right? In my opinion I/O caching is good and should be enabled by default but with quotas and with I/O performance monitors to hint the kernel about when additional asynchronous I/O should check over here I changed 'custom' to 'read & write' and everything went back to normal.
cheesesvouchersMay 8, 2014, 3:55 PM Hi I was having similar problems. windows obviously doesnt utilize a dvd drives max speeds.
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