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Currently i am getting the below mentioned average speeds while tranferring (Writing) a big video file of 2GB by using SanDisk ultra Usb 3.0 16 GB on WIndows 7 64 Bit on Lenovo B590 Laptop :-


Usb3.0 Driver Name :-Intel® USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver
on Usb 2.0 port :- 14MBps
on Usb 3.0 port :- 22MBps
Ram : -2GB DDR3
Processor :- Intel core i3


No Copying tool like teracopy or copyhandler used

used Windows Default copying Mechanism

Also getting speed drops From 100Mbps to 22 Mbps on Usb3.0 port

No change occurred even after Changing the Drive Policy

Does Bios settings need a change?

Is the Windows 7 file copy dialog bugged?

  • Which tool did you use to get the results? Or is it the approximate value. What do you mean by speeds? Read or write. Specify – pulsarjune Apr 17 '15 at 12:57
  • i copied a single video file in windows 7 – Aditya Singh Apr 17 '15 at 12:59
  • Read from drive or write to file? Also look into this Will give an idea of average speeds people get – pulsarjune Apr 17 '15 at 13:01
  • writing to the drive – Aditya Singh Apr 17 '15 at 13:02
  • Also share the methods you have tried and where you are stuck. Dont expect people here to do research for you – pulsarjune Apr 17 '15 at 13:05
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i found this useful
1.Right click on the Drive
2.Format
3.Choose File System as NTFS
4.choose Allocation unit size as 64KB
5.Start

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