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Also what do you mean by NAS to Computer versus NAS to Router to Computer? which setting do i need to change to get the biggest speed boost? I then added both in homegroup, and shared files. Allen Wang TechNet Community Support

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Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! For wired connections it doesn't matter. i plugged ethernet in the acer one and now speed is at 4MB/sec. OS Windows 8.1 Quote 27 Jan 2015 #2 broe23 View Profile View Forum Posts Retired from the grind Central IL Posts : 3,468 Linux Mint 17.2 See this. More hints

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Though if you are doing ad hoc wireless, it is possible one of the machines only suppors ad hoc over 802.11g, in which case, YES, 2MB/sec is roughly what you should Reply With Quote 01-28-2014,09:29 AM #8 azazel1024 Supporting Member Member # 64427 Join Date Jan 2014 Tablet Too lazy to choose Posts 1,249 Liked 291 times The three things you are Straight CIFS. That was before these rests.

  • Thus, I say goodnight to you sir.
  • If I could squeeze a little more speed out of it, I could possibly stay happy a little while longer Any suggestions????
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  • Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,726 Turn off all wireless devices and disconnect cable from all wired devices except one and
  • I went to network settings, selected that computers connected to the same network should be able to see eachother.
  • I really hope this great community can help me with my problem.
  • Even with windows defender firewall off I get the same results.
  • So, here are my test results from this afternoon: All test Results are using the same 1,981,957,797 Byte .MP4 file and conducted with no other devices on or connected to the
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  • File Copy Test Results (Transfer Speeds Indicated by Windows File Transfer Window) Newest Toshiba Satellite Running Windows 8.1 fully up to date. 500GB Internal Standard Harddrive, non-SSD NAS to Computer: 5.5
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Dear Seven Forums, I am having an issue I am hoping someone here can help me with. After my near loss of data today I rebuilt my Raid to 5 with three Seagate Barracuda hard drives each at 2 TB. Last edited by beginning; 01-27-2014 at 03:21 PM. Inssider Is it possible to at least connect the Acer to your router over a network cable and try accessing it that way to see what kind of performance you get?

Slow initial Internet connection in Network & Sharing Hi guys, I thought I would just post some of my findings here. No, disable the wireless G card. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. I don't know when my Network fell apart, because I stopped paying it attention for a while because everything was fine.

What antivirus/firewall do you have on the PC's? Speed Test tried changing one setting of the T100 wireless adapter to 40mhz (not sure if it was the setting you mentioned), but that didnt have any effect. I believe I was set to WPA. Then set WMM from auto to Enable.

Windows 10 Homegroup Slow

So the local speed is pretty good. This happened with my old motherboard as well, but I just installed a new one the other day and the issue resurfaced. Increase Homegroup Transfer Speed Results vary between setups and I've never need to change it. Windows 10 Slow Network File Transfer Hardware Specs Laptop Harddrive (SDD) (MK5075GSX 500GB) 8 MB Cache, 5400 RPM, SATA 3 Gb/s (74% Full) WD My Book 2 TB NAS Hardrive (75% Full) - Can't find much about

There should be somewhere to set speed. Was it over a wifi access point/router? If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Probably, you can advise me on my issues XFX MB-750I + q9550 Quad Core = absolute instability ,Lockups. Disable Wmm Support

And no, homegroups should be roughly as fast as normal CIFS connections. Not handy at the moment. Slow File Transfer Speeds over Home Network Discussion in 'Networking' started by daellis, Jan 24, 2015. have a peek here If the values you are posting are in MBps then some of them aren't that bad.

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I am assuming it is, but I've never used any Windows version of starter before.

Yet, when I connect any USB device, I get extremely slow data transfers. What connection speeds do the computers report for wired and wireless connections? Alternately, if it WILL NOT SHOW, go to run (or search run) and launch it. Performance & Maintenance Slow transfer speedsHi, I am currently transferring some large files from one disc to another but the transfer speeds don't seem to go above 16mbs.

How fast is your internet connection? Today I got like 3mbits. Any ideas what could be causing it the slowdown when transferring files from the HTPC to other PC's but leaving the HTPC able to copy files from others (incoming files to As such its about as fresh as a new born baby. I moved those files using the standard network User files not through Homegroups. Thank you My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU Intel Core2Quad q9550 2.83Ghz 12mb cache Motherboard XFX NForce MB-750I- SLI - 72P9 Memory OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 Fatal1ty Edition Dual Contact Us Asus Transformer Tablet Forum Archive Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top -- Transformer v2 -- Default Mobile Style Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Hardware & Devices Slow Transfer Speeds from my NASI am hoping someone might be able to shed some light on this problem.

I've also tried the solution like changing band frequency, what other options are available for me in wireless connectivity only?(as one of my laptop has no ethernet port) Hoping for a The total transfer time might be a more accurate measure than transfer speeds at any given time, or even an average, if lots of packets are being re-transmitted. It's normal when you connect via wifi that u got like 30% slower connection(i had about 40-45mbits). From that speed, it sounds like your router might be operating in 20MHz mode, unless of course you changed the wrong setting in the T100 adapter settings (also possible).

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