I just went to see the tutorial and it conferms what i found myself.
I created 2 folders and put some files into the "left" one.
Then i fooled around with changing, renaming and deleting files in both locations.
Found that the "contribute" option is the best for my needs.
So thanks again...
I'm a happy man ;-)
Hi Luc. I see that you have got a solution. If you are interested, I am posting what I have found in that file.
This happened 37 times.
A clean startup is recommended.27/03/2016 15:35 Windows Error Reporting Foutbucket LKD_0x144_USBHUB3_DEVICE_ENUMERATION_FAILURE_UsbHub3!TelemetryData_CreateReport_VEN_05E3_DEV_0610_REV_9223, type 0
Naam van gebeurtenis: LiveKernelEvent
Antwoord: Niet beschikbaar
Id van CAB-bestand: cee7bc98-1425-4c8b-8151-8a443e2a1526
Handtekening van probleem:
Deze bestanden zijn mogelijk hier beschikbaar:
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Also, it seems that the Intel USB3 device is using the microsoft suggested driver.
If ASUS has any feasible USB3 driver in their website for your computer/motheroard, try that one, too.Code:Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller - 1.0 (Microsoft) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_8CB1&SUBSYS_85341043&REV_00\3&11583659&0&A0
The items stated in Point 4 and its subpoints are also to be considered. Common issues in USB 3.0 devices | Microsoft Windows USB Core Team Blog
Why?Macrium is good for IMAGING HDD's (usually the OS) but probably not a good idea for copying DATA -- problem is once you've copied the data with Macrium you then have to restore it again !!!.
Besides the obvious problem OP has with the USB port there's also the fact that he's copying loads of small files.
That means opening files, writing it to destination, closing it and verifying the lot x times.
IOW, that's going to take more time than Macrium imaging the drive's data and putting it onto the destination drive because it can take priority over running processes whereas Windows does not unless you tweak it.
That, plus it is now acting as a single file source which means much les processing time. That's why it can work so fast.
Other factors to consider are the HDDs are slow, much slower than USB 3.0 or higher transfer rates allow for.
If, on top of that, you connect a SATA II drive to an USB 3.0 port you will notice the drive choke on the transfer and W10 will fall back to USB 2.0 or lower.
Either way, the problem certainly doesn't lay with Macrium's , it's agnostic of whether it's copying an OS or files or whatever.