Ubuntu I guess doesnt always like the Sata controller or SOMETHING like that and it makes transfers REALLY slow. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - One other option by jackson dougless / February 20, 2007 9:13 PM PST In reply to: ULTRA-slow large file copying on internal disks! Most DVD movies come with copy protection and it’s still illegal to bypass this —even though it’s easy to do using freely available software. windows does not copy files from discs as fast as ripping programs. http://planetweb20.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-transfer-to-new-computer.html
Somebody made a web site dedicated to him, TSMOE.com, for The Stupidest Man On Earth. Quote 5th Jun 201222:29 #26 Nelson37 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateAug 2001 WOW, I am absolutely awestruck. System and Maintenance 3. Report Frank- Apr 4, 2013 at 06:21 PM The USB cable did the trick for me as well.
Ubuntu just automatically picked up on the switch initially and I didnt have to do anything for Ubuntu to boot again, but I reloaded it anyway just to be sure everything Originally Posted by VanDammage when i rip a udf iso with dvd decrypter or whatever, its alot faster than doing a file transfer in windows. Hope this helps someone. How To Increase Transfer Speed Of External Hard Drive The drive that contains your files, samsung spinpoint, is that highly fragmented?
By jason in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 3 Last Post: 23rd Feb 2008, 15:35 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Quick Style Chooser: -- VideoHelp Classic ---- VideoHelp Slow Transfer Speed Between Internal Hard Drives When i transferred it back. jr8801Jun 21, 2011, 8:06 PM Internal transfer (samsung) to other Internal (wd) speed of 81 mb/s (3.8gb music folder)Transferred back Steady at 200mb/s until about 3/4 way done dropped to a http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/346638-How-to-copy-CD-DVD-data-files-to-hard-drive-faster I changed 'custom' to 'read & write' and everything went back to normal.
Need someone with better skill here. Slow Dvd Drive Windows 10 jr8801Jun 21, 2011, 6:05 PM Im not sure how to get a S.M.A.R.T, i also put my drives in Raid 0 so will i have to take them out of this Get the answer fzabkarFeb 10, 2011, 12:47 PM I have no experience with Advanced Format drives, but I would think that misalignment would not impact on read performance.For example, if you Samsung has released a firmware update to fix the problem.
my drive can rip or burn @ 16x 3 times faster than windows is copying files directly. Windows Legacy OS forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on Windows legacy operating systems, (XP, 2000/NT, ME, & Windows 95/98) is the best source for finding help or getting troubleshooting advice from Hard Disk Slow Transfer Rate Spectate Swamp? External Hard Drive Slow Transfer Speed Other ports were no help.
Just don’t sell them — you need to own the disc to remain within the law. this contact form This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. and im talking all dvd-5 discs burned @ 16x, and dual layered verbies @ 8xs!! After many trials, tribulations and investigations, I discovered that use of the C drive remained fine, while accessing the D drive was excruciatingly slow and caused the CPU temp to bump Dvd Drive Slow Read
I don't know what is typical in ubuntu but the numbers you stated seem much too high. Pull! If more that six DMA transfer timeouts occur, Windows will turn off DMA and use only PIO mode on that device. have a peek here DVD movies The same change in UK law that made CD-ripping legal also affected DVD movies, but there’s a problem here.
I have two 1 tb internal drives. Hard Drive Very Slow Suddenly usb 3.0 will not be a bottleneck because the interface bandwidth is greater than the hard disk output. I have only an ordinary anti-virus util running, and I've tried completely disabling it and it made no difference.What the hell is going on??System Config:Motherboard: Abit IS7 -- Socket 478Processor: Intel
There can be foure potential problem. 1. I just upgraded from XP to a new PC running Vista. This meant redoing my Windows build under SCSI. External Hard Drive Slow Transfer Rate Mac They are both internal and connected via SATA to a brand new PC I just built (so no old components here).They both have read speeds of around 100-110 MB/s in hdparm
Don't worry about s.m.a.r.t for usb drive, you wont get a heath stat for it. This is telling me that DMA isnt working, bc the processor shouldnt be used, right??If you could can think of anything else, or if you have any idea about the motherboard I suggest update and reinstall usb 3.0 driver. Check This Out by R.
Write was 20x slower than read! I copied 30GB of Dr. 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. The harder it is for the drive to read the disc, the more it'll probably have to slow itself down, or even try to read some sections of the disc more
A special thanks to this Sacramento SEO Company for their help in pointing something out in this article. Google Vista Code 39. (Hint, that search finds the article for both XP and Vista.)-> In closing, look up AUTORUN EATER while you're researching items.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) That includes ECC and other overhead. I strongly suspect the quality of the burned discs you're copying from is the problem.
There's probably no other performance specification that is affected by so many different design factors. Im keeping the NTFS partitions for my movies because that way windows can get at them if need be.Hope this helps people who are looking for the same issues! i can not only tell by the copying speed, but when ripping/burning at 8x or slower, the drive is quiet. Is DMA controlled in the motherboard sata controller chipset?
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get Get the answer jr8801Jun 20, 2011, 12:28 PM I just tried to transfer a 20gb file and its started at 50mb/s and slowly went down to 20 mb/s (by the time plus the os, drivers, and an anti-virus PyreeJun 20, 2011, 12:52 PM jr8801 said: 130 GBs Ok that is the problem. 120 GB of music (comprise of thousands of 3-5MB small by MarkFlax Forum moderator / February 20, 2007 7:45 PM PST In reply to: ULTRA-slow large file copying on internal disks!
If you can rip a pressed disc much faster than you can copy files from a burned disc then once again it pretty much points to the quality of the burned OTOH, if you needed to write only 1 sector out of a 4KB block, such as when the clusters are misaligned, then you would read the entire block, insert the desired I will be surprise if usb 3.0 is slower than usb 2.0. If you've compared ImagBurn to Windows copying times using the same burned disc then maybe you should have explained that clearly in the first place.
If your system is set to PIO, be aware that setting it to DMA access may cause compatibility problems ... How about the 20G you later send, is it also one continuous or comprise of many small files?