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Vista Slow IssuesPost Posted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:35 pm Post subject: Vista Slow issues ... of Vista) it is very slow to resolve folder names. For example I have a . ...
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"tlost" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:1437F5FD-470A-4993-B5EA-856A3EF5C9DC@microsoft.com...
Isn't it great -- I can download a 40 Meg file from the internet faster then
I can transfer files between two inhouse computers -- Vista has network
problems that is for sure -- as well as disk to disk file copy withing the
same computer -- that is slow also
> Same problem here. XP worked perfectly. Very fast. Vista Ultimate forces
> me to wait on "calculating time" and if it does start transferring it's often
> less than 1MB/sec when I should be around 10MB/sec or so. Very annoying.
> sometimes I do get my full bandwidth, but not usually.
> "snoots" wrote:
> > I have Vista ultimate RC-2 installed on 2 different desktop pc's. Using a
> > gigabit network with all gigabit nic's, switches etc. I have dual booting on
> > both systems. If I use vista my transfer file speeds are very slow to my NAS
> > boxes and my networked TIVOS. Under Windows MCE2005 it is quite fast. I have
> > tried setting the various TCPIP properties in the NIC card properties, I have
> > turned off most of the optional WIndows IP settings, no change. If I use XP
> > great speeds. My main question is to ask you all if you have dual boot
> > networked pcs does Vista perform as well over the network as your altenate
> > boot OS does? The thing that kills me is the same machine running media
> > center works great, but vista runs network transfers very slow.