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Slow Network Transfer Speeds on Local LAN

Q: Slow Network Transfer Speeds on Local LAN

Hi
My PC's network card is configured as 100 Mbps
My NAS Drive is configured as 100 Mbps

My Home Hub 3 shows both connected at 100 Mbps, yet I'm getting a maximum of 1.3M transferring a file to the NAS.

Is there any way I can increase this ?
I get the same speed from my 20Mbps download from my DSL.

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A: Slow Network Transfer Speeds on Local LAN

Your hub is probably whats causing the problem. Hubs are only able to run in 1/2 duplex mode so your speed is only 50 mbps.

100 Mbps (Mega bits per second) connection maximum theoretical speed is 12.5 MBps (Mega Bytes per sec)

A hub that runs in 1/2 duplex mode runs at 50 Mbps = 6.25 MBps

This is theoretical maximum speeds.

To increase you speeds i would suggest replacing your hub with a switch. If you want to increase it more add gigabit hardware to all your machines. That will give you a maximum of 125 MBps. On my Gigabit network I normally see network transfer speeds around 70-100 MBps.

I hope this helps.

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I have three computers on my home network:
(a) desktop in the office with ASUS USB-N53 adapter
(b) new desktop in the office with fairly old Broadcom PCI 802.11g adapter
(c) media box hooked up to TV hard wired to router

I recently mapped a drive on system A so that it could be shared with system B (they are side by side). Unfortunately, upon trying to transfer files the speeds are terrible! I am only getting between 500kb/s and 1mb/s.
Is this due to my relatively old wireless G adapter?

thanks :S

A:Slow Transfer Speeds over Network

It could be. You really need to use on both desktops wired connections. If you are going to use Wifi and transfer large files. You may want to invest into a Wireless-ac router and same for the adapters for the computers.

Wireless transfers only go as fast as the slowest connection.

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A:Solved: Slow-ish transfer speeds over network

Several things here. First, the NIC(s) used can affect the speed, even the driver version can have an affect. Second, how each NIC is connected and configured (ie: 10half, 10Full, 100half, 100Full, etc.).

Verify the configuration end to end. Also, the router itself, and in this configuration, the powerline adapter can/are likely further reducing the speed.

Try moving everything to the same room and test. ie: David > short ethernet > router > short ethernet > Goliath

That will give you the best possible results with your current hardware (assuming there aren't any configuration issues).
 

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Can anyone help me get this working properly?

Atheros L1 Gigabit ethernet

Windows 7 64bit.

A:Slow network transfer speeds from windows XP machine.

i think you go with hardware engg. to solve your problem!!

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A:File transfer speeds over LAN network (wired) - very slow, random

Checked Netbios is enabled , not on Default ? (on all PC's on Win 10 , it seems to be an issue for some)

Also if Jumbo Frame is Enabled and your Router or the other PC can't use it , it will cause issues like this . EVERY DEVICE on the LAN MUST Support JumboFrame if you use it. ie my C7 ARCHER can't.... everything else can....

If that doesn't help , this is my goto list I posted in another Thread for them to check too.

Ethernet network between 3 Windows 10 PCs problem - Page 3 - Windows 10 Forums

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A:Slow transfer speeds

Are they connected with SATA or IDE cables?
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A:Slow transfer speeds, WHY?

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A:Slow Transfer Speeds from my NAS

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A:Slow transfer speeds

have you had the lines tested? who ran them? how long ago were they run? what devices are in between? what type of NIC's are in the machines? all the same link speed & duplex? all on the same subnet? nothing accidentally hard coded? There's 7 questions to keep you busy
 

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A:Need help; gigabit network transfer speeds

Do you have Vista SP1 installed? Vista without SP1 is known to have file transfer issues.

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A:Raid 5 Slow Transfer Speeds

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A:Sudden Drop In Network Transfer Speeds

Welcome to TechSpot...

Have you use the tool TCP Optimizer from www.speedguide.net.
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Are you using a switch or just a hub?
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A:File transfer speeds on Win 7 GIGABIT network ?

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I too find it slow on my Seagate 320Gber. I don't think it's the type of cable rather a combo of speed property of the device and power source.

Also how much curent is used or required by your seagate (USB Controller property)?

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A:Very slow and random HDD transfer speeds after new install

ok updates, thing seem to have gotten better somewhat, but it seems to be when it hits a broken file, which are not broken as i can go and view them from the external fine, all of them.

im just uploading a video now

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A:Two (related?) Issues: Transfer Speeds VERY Slow

The slow speed sounds like some sort of hard drive speed issue to me, but I'm probably wrong.

Regardless, here's a few ways to speed up your internet speeds.

1) Use a download manager that supports pausing and resuming downloads. This allows you to resume a "broken" download on most servers. My favorite download manager for Windows is Flashget 1.9. I don't particularly like the new version (3.5), but you might want to try that as well.
FlashGet(??)-Best Download Manager

2) Make sure that your download manager knows to use multiple connections. This simply causes the download manager to download multiple parts of the same file at the same time. It can speed up certain connections. This is automatically enabled in most download managers.

From what I've seen, USB 2.0 speeds when not using a system cache tend to average around 22-25 MB/s on my computer. In other words, you should be able to transfer a 1GB file in a bit less than a minute. Extrapolating onwards, you'll have over 60 GB in an hour and so on.

Downloads using a 10/2 internet connection such as your own should average to around 1.25 MB/s. In other words you should be able to download about 75MB a minute and 4.5 GB an hour. 150GB will take about 33 hours to download. If your download said 15 hours, you're downloading at approximately 2.5MB/s.

Keep in mind that your rated line speed is measured in Megabits per second and your actual download speed that you see is rated in Megabytes per second.

As a last note, you should know that most online file backup solution tend to have low download speeds. This is the one part of these services that tends to suck. While it's a great place to store your files in case of file loss, when you want to download the backups it will take much longer to download them than it would if you used a commercial file storage solution such as Rapidshare, Megaupload, Filefactory or Hotfile.

More info on the speeds and math involved:

Line Speeds from your ISP are rated in bits.

The download speed you see in your download manager/browser is rated in bytes.

There are 8 bits in a byte.

To learn how long it will take to download something:

First take your line speed (10/2) and convert the first number (10) from megabytes to megabits. To do this, simply divide that number by 8.

10 / 8 = 1.25 Megabytes/second

Once you have your download speed in megabytes, divide the total size of the file (in megabytes) by that number. If downloading a 143 GB file:

143,000 / 1.25 = 114,400 seconds

That number is the number of seconds it will take to download the file, divide it by 60 to get minutes and so on if you need hours.

114400 / 60 = 1906 minutes
1906 / 60 = 31.7 hours

This gives you a final answer of approximately 31.7 hours to download the 143GB file using a 10/2 line. This is approximate due to the fact that there are actually 1024 Megabytes in a Gigabyte (Dividing by 1000 is easier) and line speeds tend to vary more than they are constant.

As a general approximation, you can divide or multiply each level of bits and bytes by 1000 to get to the next level, the actual number is nearer to 1024.

~1000 Bytes in a Kilobyte
~1000 Kilobytes in a Megabyte
~1000 Megabytes in a Gigabyte
~1000 Gigabytes in a Terabyte

and so on...

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A:Slow transfer speeds since new hard drive added

Hi
Did you add the ex-laptop drive to your desktop machine as secondary drive?
If above is true, is this connectoed to the same flat cable as slave? You probably dont have any jumpers to set the laptop drive as slave so what I would do is to connect this alone with his own cable to your desktop secondary IDE connector making sure you use the primary connector on the drive end.

Sorry I just realized that you mentioned the added laptop drive to be SATA not IDE as the original one.
In that case yes, windows is seeing this differently as obviously Ubuntu its seeing it as it works okay when running in Ubuntu.
I would be corious to see what happens if you connect the new drive through an USB Enclosure and see if is still extremely slow.

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A:Will adding a 2nd network card improve local network transfer speed

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Although there is a setting in Group Policy that allows you to use two connections at the same time, I don't believe it will help in this situation.

I've done many HD movie streaming tests on my system.

I can stream from my media PC to at least 7 other machines at the same time, 4 wired, 3 wireless, plus my TV, and have no problems at all, no skipping, no freezing, even with the same movie in the same place or with 8 different movies at once, my TV is connected to my media center PC so counts as the 8th one.

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A:Homegroup Slow Data Transfer Speeds Between 2 Win7 PC's - Help Needed

Still looking for help, however new information. I borrowed a friends laptop and connected it to the network (wired connection) and the same problem is happening. That means the problem is clearly on the HTPC. 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 HTPC fine, outgoing files from HTPC slow).

Any assistance would be appreciated.

-S

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Hello fugue,

Are you properly ejecting all devices? There should be an option to safely remove devices.

Do you have all windows updates installed?

Go into device manager and look for any exclaimation marks. If you see some, update those drivers.

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A:Slow Network Speeds

Replace it with a 10/100 switch or if you are on broadband, a router with built-in 10/100 switch.

Hubs let through selective traffic from one user at a time, whereas switches let through all traffic simultaneously.

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Having various issues, such as unidentified network, network being defaulted back to public, the ip addresses I have assigned being reset to obtain automatically and only getting transfer speeds of 3MB/s

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Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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A:LAN Network Slow speeds

update, problem fix with the following. Thanks 100MB/s on large files







Originally Posted by liqetsia911


This seemed to work for me:

Disabling “Large Send Offload (LSO)”

Large Send Offload is a technique of improving network performance while at the same time reducing CPU overhead. Apparently it does not work very well, so it was suggested to disable it. If you would like to know about LSO, check this MSDN article from 2001 (Task Offload (NDIS 5.1) (Windows Drivers)).

LSO is an option located in a Device Manager under your network adapter, so this solution requires Administrator Privileges.

Follow these steps:
1.Open Start Menu, right-click on Computer and select Properties
2.Under Control Panel Home located on the left side of the window click on Device Manager
3.You will get a list of all devices on your machine. Expand Network Adapters.
4.Find your Network Card and double-click on it.
5.Select Advanced tab. You will get a list filled with different options.
6.Select Large Send Offload V2 (IPv4) and set the value to Disabled
7.Do the same for Large Send Offload V2 (IPv6) if it is available
8.Click OK

After clicking OK, tried to send a file over the LAN network. Transfer speed started very slow, but it was gradually picking up speed. Decided to restart the computer and try to send that file again and this time it worked like a charm.

Now that sending of files worked as it should, also checked speed for receiving files. It turned out that it was still slow but all that was needed to fix was to disable Large Send Offload V2 on the other computer. Once done, problem was solved for receiving files as well.

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Right.

I have no idea why this is occurring. I have full wi-fi signal and I have a fast broadband connection.

Every now and again the connection speed to just one PC drops to a point where there is almost no activity. I get various "connection timed out" and "DNS lookup failed" errors, then after about 10 minutes of frustration everything works again.

I know this problem is isolated to just this one PC as I have done Internet speed tests from another computer.

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Help?
 

A:Inconsistent (slow) Internet speeds only on one PC in home network

Hello,

go to start > run > type : ipconfig /all

please paste the information into this thread

also go to your router settings and name us the currently set DNS servers

regards,
John
 

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Are all the computers wired similarly? All run to the same router/switch?

You should check the cable of the problematic machine, try using ping to the router with 1400 byte packets. Also, boot up some CD Linux or equivalent and see what speeds you get from there - helps to rule out any problems with the operating system.
 

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A:Slow speeds copying files locally on a network drive

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Altay


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Need a ton more info

Are you using "homegroup"

How is the folder set up? is it a simple share. or more advanced

Do you have a win 7dvd to do a repair install?

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A:Slow download speeds, Fast upload speeds. Other devices are fine.

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A:Slow network transfer

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A:Slow File Transfer Over Network

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A:Network transfer used to be fast now slow

  
Quote: Originally Posted by ytypo123


I used to be able to transfer files between my home built NAS (W7U64) with around MB/s now its less than KB/s. Both computers will quickly access the internet and download quickly from the internet. My netbook will do 3MB/s over wifi.
Setup
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100 foot cat6
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RE-install Ethernet driver?

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Hi All Here is my problem In this case I transfer speed network over Slow am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows Home Premium system over my wired network Between the XP systems things run fairly quick But not with involved When I go to transfer the pictures that I want it tells me that it will take minutes And this is for only MB of data Tell me this can get better Being new to I have no idea where to look for the problem I tried searching Microsoft's site and the help files on my system I just can't find a solution Here is Slow transfer speed over network some more info and maybe some you don't need On the Windows system I can access all the shared folders on my other systems all XP SP If I go to the network map my other systems are marked as quot The following discovered devices can not be placed in the map quot I don't know if that is a problem or not The reason I did that is because I was reading through the Microsoft site Slow transfer speed over network on file sharing and that was mentioned It also mentions a program called LLTD which may be needed on -bit XP systems I tried installing that on my Slow transfer speed over network XP system but it said I didn't need it As far as the file transfer while sitting at my XP system access is denied when I try to access the shared folder for my pictures on Windows Now if I transfer them to the Users Public Pictures folder it will transfer them in just over minutes Still a little slow in my opinion and not where I want them Why can I transfer there and not into the folder I want them And why is quicker to transfer while sitting at my XP system I have made sure that all the systems have the same workgroup name I have also tried disconnecting the power from my modem router and all systems then powering each one up one at a time That was suggested to me before It didn't change anything One last thing While starting my Windows system as soon as it was at the desktop I tried to transfer the pictures again and the transfer took off Almost immediately it said that there was seconds left It was flying like I thought it should Less then a minute into the transfer it hit a wall and changed to about minutes Go figure I checked my settings for the folders I want to transfer to and they are set as shared Maybe at that point a security program started up I don't know I do have a trial version of Norton's Internet Security installed It came preloaded with the system I was thinking of removing that and going with Avast free I have checked any firewalls and did disable them No difference I tried to list everything I've tried Hopefully some helpful info in there I find it strange that I can access the shared folders but not transfer from them Any thoughts on what to do Is there a setting in Windows that needs to be changed Thanks in advance Mike

A:Slow transfer speed over network

Most likely either the NIC drivers on the Windows 7 machine or the firmware of your router could use an update to work with Windows 7.

There are plenty of very recent driver updates for your board in the link below. The realtek network controller dated 11/09 is probably the one you need.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...roduct=4011295

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It says that connection lost/failed and gives me option of retry/skip. When I hit retry it still doesn't work. When I disconnect and retry that method it starts up again from scratch however rarely does it fully transfer a file. These files are anywhere from 2GIGs to 4GIGS.

I don't have anti-security on either computer. I'm using new Netgear router.

Any ideas? Is there another method to transfer locally without using windows explorer? Maybe 3rd party program.

A:Slow Network Transfer & Disconnect

  
Quote: Originally Posted by jpargo


I'm trying to transfer between my Desktop computer (XP) and laptop (Windows 7). When I do it wifi it only transfers at speeds between 1MBs to 3MBs. When I physically connect to my router I get better speeds at 10-11Mbs. However in both cases on large files it loses connection.

It says that connection lost/failed and gives me option of retry/skip. When I hit retry it still doesn't work. When I disconnect and retry that method it starts up again from scratch however rarely does it fully transfer a file. These files are anywhere from 2GIGs to 4GIGS.



Can you post the error message?

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A:Slow transfer rate through my network

The bottleneck may be in your power line connection. For testing purpose, can you temporarily bypass the power line adapters with a wired Ethernet connection?
 

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A:slow network data transfer - PC2

Hello,

As with your other thread, please post a new HijackThis log and let me know of any changes that might have occurred since you originally posted.

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I wish Windows was that simple.
 

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A:Slow Download Speeds, Upload Speeds fine

And your download speed with an ethernet connection to the router? Directly to the modem? What speed are you supposed to be getting?
 

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A:Gigabit network SLOW file transfer

Welcome to SF,

From your computer's Device Manager, locate the Network Adapter, Advanced Tab then find Link Speed and Duplex, change the setting here from Auto Detect to Auto negotiate 1000mbps, see if that helps.

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A:very slow file transfer in Windows network

What switch you have? Try different ports, try restarting the switch, replace the LAN cables, update LAN drivers on the computers and then try...
 

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How many files totaling 200 MB? If it is several hundred files then that is going to be the root of the problem....

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A:Network file transfer slow while PC is turned off

Sorry but I don't understand? Do you mean when your wife's PC is turned off the xfer is slow to/from your PC?

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A:Need help with slow transfer rate in home network.

Does the Apple Airport Extreme or any of the computers have an old 10 Mbps (not 10/100) ethernet adapter?
 

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It is a security things and has been slow since day one when accessing a networked share.
 

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A:Slow network file transfer in one direction between windows 7 PCs

Hi,

Try disabling Receive Window Auto-Tuning:
1 Go to Start and type cmd.
2 Right-click on cmd and select “Run as administrator”.
3 Type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled and press
Enter.
If you want to to re-enable it:

Type: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
and press Enter.
Also you can try
configure the network card :

                                                                                                 1.
Click the Start Button, type "devmgmt.msc" (without quotation marks) in the Start Search box and press Enter.
                                                                                                 2.
Double click to expand "Network Adaptors".
                                                                                                 3.
Right click your network card and click Properties.                                                    

                                                                                                
4. Click Advance tab. High light Speed & Duplex
                                                                                                 5.
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A:Slow incoming but fast outgoing network transfer

One thing more. If I copy a file through network, the transfer is constant, but slow. If I watch something over the network, I get transfers like this (graph showing network time frame load):

If I watched something over the net I always got a linear network transfer, but now it's jumpy It doesn't affect watching the video, but I think it might help solve my problem.

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Hi there.

at 20 mb/s this is going to be HIDEOUSLY slow. You should even on slow disks be getting speeds 5 times that on average.

Due to "Woman" issues I had to remove two NAS boxes from my main TV to a closet far from Ethernet connection -- she refused to allow one more wire / gadget - especially with flashing lights etc. Got another router to act as a Wifi Bridge into my main network so the NAS boxes are now "Wirelessly" connected to my network.

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The bridge router can deliver wirelessly 433 mb/s so no issues there.

What OS are you running in your NAS -- mine is CENTOS 7 but Windows works too or any decent OS.

I'm using PROLIANT HP GEN 8 microserver as NAS boxes with 4 X 4 TB HDD's and the OS installed on an SSD. To get SSD to boot and use the 4 HDD's as data disks I had to set the internal RAID so I had SSD as single raid 0 device (boot) and 2 Logical Raid 0 8 TB HDD's.

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Performance is great -- it's a HOME server so RAID 0 is just fine - not too worried about losing HDD's.

Cheers
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The laptop is a dell 1440 Inspiron and the router is a Belkin wrtg54g.

A:Slow Network Access and Unable To Transfer Large Files

  
Quote: Originally Posted by michaelking


This is really beginning to frustrate me. Anytime I try to copy a file from my windows xp desktop to my windows 7 laptop, the download speed will decrease until it finally pops up with a message saying, "the connection to \\computer name has been lost, please check the network and try again. This only occurs when trying to copy over large files. The problem does not exist on my windows xp desktop, I am able to copy over large files from the windows laptop without any sort of problem. I have tried connecting the laptop directly to the router but that doesn't fix anything. Please help! Maybe I could try installing a wireless card in the desktop and put the two computers in ad-hoc mode?

The laptop is a dell 1440 Inspiron and the router is a Belkin wrtg54g.


Are y ou using "homegroup" for networking? Sometimes on some mixed OS networks homegroup has a problem with connectivity and slow downs.

You can verify if it is the problem by making a new network connection using "workgroup" and see if the problem still exists. If it does not you can disable IPv6 and kill homegroup.
Let us know if you need help

Ken

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The laptop is a dell 1440 Inspiron and the router is a Belkin wrtg54g.
 

A:Slow Network Access and Unable To Transfer Large Files

Solved!

Simply setup the router using windows 7.
 

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A:Background Intelligent Transfer Service Causing Slow Computer/network

(The transfer is finished. 23 gigs in 25 minutes!!!)So the problem is...?

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A:File transfer speeds

Transfer speeds vary between each device for example HDD, SSD and Flash Drive etc

There is no way in keeping you at a Constant High speed but you can Optimize the Drive to perform as much optimal speeds as you can

See Hard drive speed boosts

This can also work on SSD's and some Flash drives

Will not work on DVD/CD's

Hope This Helps,
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A:File Transfer Speeds Over LAN

I don't know of any application that does what your asking for. The main way to speed up your file transfer is not to do any other browsing or anything at the same time as your file transfer. Wifi is half duplex only and half duplex has a tendancy to bottleneck alot more when your both downloading and uploading.
 

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Thanks,

CR

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A:Transfer rate speeds

You information may have been lost in the upgrade not sure on that one.

to make this simple .. basically the transfer rate scale is simply tricked initially, you probably notice the time remaining fluctuates as the transfer rate increases or decreases as well, most times you have to wait a good minute on dial up to get a true transfer rate.

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A:USB data transfer speeds

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I've kept track of copying speeds on several of my drives, using both eSATA and USB 2.0.

My only USB 3.0 tests involve USB thumb drives, so I haven't included them.

Here's some examples of my actual speeds. Make of them what you will.

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