Windows 10: slow transfer using USB3

  1.    13 Aug 2015 #1

    slow transfer using USB3


    Hi as the title says I cant seem to get what used to be hi speed data transfers on my 2 win 10 devices, a custom build PC and a surface pro 3. Prior to the update I would see a transfer speed of at least 100-148mb now I'm lucky to see 60mb.
    Hopefully someone has an idea as to what's going on.
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  2.    13 Aug 2015 #2

    A semi-random suggestion:

    Have you installed the chipset drivers for your motherboards?

    Win10 includes many drivers, but I'm not sure that they're all optimal.

    (Did you mean 60mb/s or 60 MB/s, bits or bytes? 60MB/s = 480 Mb/s is the transfer rate limit for USB2, if memory serves.)
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  3.    13 Aug 2015 #3

    bobkn said: View Post
    A semi-random suggestion:

    Have you installed the chipset drivers for your motherboards?

    Win10 includes many drivers, but I'm not sure that they're all optimal.

    (Did you mean 60mb/s or 60 MB/s, bits or bytes? 60MB/s = 480 Mb/s is the transfer rate limit for USB2, if memory serves.)
    60MB. Seems odd that 2 devices have the same problem, one being a Microsoft device. As far a chipsets go I have no errors being reported and have installed the latest version I can find for each.
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