Windows 7 Slow FireWire Transfer Speeds
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Hi Nick and thanks again for all your work, many users will be delighted I believe. Unbelievable! I'm still using one FW card for capture. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows 7 External Hard Drive is REALLLY slow... (20 posts) Started http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/32779-windows-7-slow-firewire-transfer-speeds.html
I also have a WD MyBook connected via firewire 1394a. The drive is just as slow when plugged into my Windows 7 Pro 32-bit Macbook. still have no idea what the problem is... Are they registering the same amounts?
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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 I have two G-Raids and both acted the same way. but right now, unless WD comes to our rescue with some information, we are SOL and have to live with this; BTW, they are slow regardless of whether WD software Top Login to post comments © 2000–2017 Acronis International GmbH.
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- I currently have an eVGA 680i mobo, with 1394a firewire.
- My computer got as slow as 12Mb/s with default Firewire 400 (PC)>800 (WD drive) adapter cable.
- I am going to use USB from now on too I figure it out.
- Nicely done guys.
I have not noticed such behavior with Win7 - there seems to be no difference when compared to my Vista systems. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/external-hard-drive-is-reallly-slow MC 7.0.4 - Asus P6T Deluxe V2 mobo - Intel i7 920 2.66GHz - Windows 7 Ult64 SP1 - nVidia Quadro FX 1800 - 16 Gbyte low latency DDR3 RAM - All are now working fine with the Unibrain driver. It may improve performance for any drive connected via FireWire.
Desktop users shouldn't have to worry about this.) 4. weblink I have tried all 6 of the USB ports and I know they are USB2.0 compatible. tried loads of things even microsoft recommended settings. scott6672 2010-02-09 19:55:01 UTC #5 I will say that once all the files (some 100GB) was initially backed up the drive is updating the new and changed files seemingly effortlessly. Once
Posts 295 Points 3,435 Re: Slow Firewire on Win 7 64bit Reply Contact Here's the link to Startech if anyone is interested:http://us.startech.com/product/PEX1394B3-3-Port-2b-1a-1394-PCI-Express-FireWire-Card-Adapter Also Unibrain seem to do a very similar product Easy as that! says that the transfer rate is 695KB/Second.. navigate here Any solutions would be appreciated.
Make sure your computer is plugged in (if your on a laptop). 3. Had the same issue as you guys where the copy speed is extremely slow. and nothing wrong with my HD's any suggestions as to how I can fix this...
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Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Richard0600 Posts: 51 This post has been reported. 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 Your drive is probably set for Quick removal which is on by default. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Performance & Maintenance » User Name Remember Me?
Once I got into the device manager, I couldn't quite figure out the whole 'virtual drive' thing, etc. just finished took 2h:49m:14s... 2h:34m longer then the USB... Freelance editing in the UK Mon, Jan 17 2011 9:18 AM In reply to mjolnarn Joined on Wed, Feb 8 2006 Sweden Posts 13,215 Points 157,775 Re: Slow Firewire on Win his comment is here This is very frustrating.