I have a dell xps L702x with USB 3.0 ports, and the highest transfer rate I get is 5MB per second.... which is so slow its mind blowing. It also has 2 USB 2.0 ports which get the same speeds.
I have updated to the newest BIOS (A17), and USB 3.0 drivers (USB3_Renesas_W7_A03_Setup-61X2W_ZPE)... No change at all. Still getting 5 MB per second transfers which is nearly impossible to work with.
I tried write-caching on and off using this guide. (http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/10392-write-cachin...) both had zero effect on the trasnfer rates still a solid 5MB per-second with either setting. Also Tried changing my driver to the R317222.exe From dell which some people said they had luck with no change with that either... I am baffled
My specs are :
Intel I7 2.2-3.0 GHZ processor
2x 120 GB SSD Force 3 Drives
2x 4 GB DDR 3 @ 1333 MHZ
GT 555m 3 GB video card
I am running the SSD's under AHCI with TRIM enabled. And the devices ive used in the 3.0 ports are usb 2.0 flash drives which should get speeds much faster than 5mb/s something is going on here i just dont know what.
Yeah the fastest speed i get is 5mb/s it drops over time to about 3.65 after about 30-40 seconds of transfering. but i should get at least near 20-50 mb/s but don't . its very annoying. thanks for responding tho guys.