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Look like Huawei HG530 have one antenna 802.11n radio with 40 MHz band support. So it limited to rate 150 Mbit/s =~ 14 MB/s in ideal conditions. In noisy environment with many other AP 1,2 MB/s look real. Look like z510 use IntelĀ® Dual Band Wireless-N 7260 which support MIMO 2x2 Switching to MIMO 2x2 router (or AP) must double your speed, if wireless is ...


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Maybe some simple Powershell snippet? copy-item -path E:\myfolders -destination C:\newfolder -container -force -recurse -erroraction continue -warningaction continue -confirm:$false In order to run, open Powershell console (available in every Windows since XP), change -path and -directory parameters to your start and destination folder, copy the command ...


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I came across "Roadkil's Unstoppable Copier". It has as graphic interface and was designed specially for those cases.


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You are using WiFi, and WiFi have different limits depending on what your router and wifi card are capable of. The following will take in mind that you will use consumer-grade hardware in a house environment where conditions are optimal (not much interference from signal degration through objects) 2.4Ghz band is limited to about 40mbps in optimal ...


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The best advises given on FAQ - WINSCP SPEED, PLUS - update the WINSCP to latest version. quote: When using SSH, file transfers in WinSCP are encrypted and it's CPU intensive. Blowfish is usually a lot faster than AES (so,try BLOWFISH). It may also help if you turn off compression, if you have turned it on before. In case the speed is ...


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if you copy a file from a flash drive to something with infinite write speed (posix /dev/null/, windows \\.\nul) then yes you will see only the effects of read speed, application, and operating-system overhead.


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I have a rather simple question But the answer isn't simple. is the speed at which data is transferred from a drive it's read speed? Transferring data from a device is reading. The I/O direction is always from the perspective of the CPU. The data transfer will occur in two phases. The first phase is from the medium (e.g. disk platters or NAND flash) ...


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The first bottleneck will either be the limitations of the medium (SATA/USB/FireWire) or, as you mentioned yourself, the read speed of the source drive. Copying files from one disk to another doesn't utilize the very high reading and writing speed of RAM, because the clipboard only stores information about the files location, and not the files themselves.


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This may be a case where both of you are correct. To quote from Cool Hand Luke, "What we've got here is failure to communicate". You are correct, there is no content that could cause failure of a copy operation in the manner you describe. However, you may have misinterpreted what your friend was saying. If verification is happening, the error stems from ...


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You can make the duplicates, and then select all of them, and rename one. then it goes like this: New name (1) New name (2) New name (3) New name (4) New name (5)


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You can easily and efficiently move your emails from Outlook Express to Outlook using third party utility as well. As it provides you the best result in no time. It move all your mailbox data from dbx file to pst. This best application to move your Outlook Express to Outlook "DBX to PST Converter"


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How is that different subvolumes can share data blocks when using COW, but not in the should-be easier operation of moving data? mv uses the rename syscall to attempt the move. btrfs's kernel rename impl detects the cross subvolumes move and explicitly disallows this (even if under the same mount point): /* we only allow rename subvolume link between ...


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Personally I wrote a python script for this kind of thing. Its called volcano, because it causes all the files in the directory to erupt, and spill out into the folder root. Obviously something you want to be careful with. only pass it a directory that you want to erupt. #!/usr/bin/env python #volcano import os, sys, shutil def main(): for a in sys....


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Hostname is exactly what you think it is, yourname-MacBook-Pro. When you're in a terminal, you see it on every line. To get your public IP address go to http://www.whatismyip.com - Most likely the IP you see from ifconfig is a local IP set by your router. It probably starts with 192 or 172 which is local only.


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Normal sharing With samba under Linux [1],[2] you will be able to see the file shared by a Windows computer and to allow to windows users to see your files. With windows you can share one or more directories [3] as usual for the previous windows versions. You have to set the authorizations for the allowed users, if only for reading or even for writing......


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My first suggestion would be get drop box. You can just drag and drop files onto your dropbox account and use them off of both computers. Dropbox actually has a lan sync option which can automatically sync over files to each computer. www.dropbox.com If all else fails, you can always use USB thumb drives! Which actually could be faster depending on usb 3 ...


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I was able to achieve that by changing the code page number in command window, i used the command chcp 1256 inside a batch file , then i saved the batch files with arabic 1256 page encoding and it worked. cheers


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If you use Windows 2000 or up, you can create 1 mirrored partition that spans 2 or more drives, where data written to this one partition is stored on those disks simultaneously. In order to do this, go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management. Open Disk Management Depending on which OS version you are using, you may need to convert ...


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RAID does allow that, but it needs dedicated additional hardware (controllers); another option is Shadow Copy, which is a Windows feature. Google those key words for details and conditions, there is a lit of information to know.


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Raid mirroring of the drives (RAID 1) would accomplish this easily, there are other ways however I'm not familiar enough with them to attempt to explain how to manage it.


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You can run ROBOCOPY with the corresponding parameters for the backup (use ROBOCOPY /? to see all options). Then run the same command daily (or weekly or hourly, as you want it) with slightly altered options (look at MIRROR), to get your backup updated with all changes.



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