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Can't get better than 200 Mbps write speed

January 12, 2013 3:58:31 AM

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Hello guys, I need your help on an issue that has been bugging me the past six months.

I have a PC server having two internal HDDs (identical Hitachi SATA III 2TBs), 1 GB RAM, a G41M-Combo motherboard (with an internal gigabit LAN adapter) on WinXP Pro 32-bit v2002 SP3.

The issue is when I write to its HDD via the network I cannot get speeds better than 200 Mbps. It, however, achieves a speed of 500 Mbps when reading from any of the HDDs via the network.

There is no problem with the network switch and cables because I can get a speed of over 800 Mbps through it between two other PCs.

There is no problem with the internal HDDs because I get internal transfer speeds of 600 Mbps between them.

So the problem is either in a WinXP setting or the built-in gigabit adapter.

If I want to eliminate the possibility of and issue with the gigabit adapter, where should I look?

If I want to eliminate the possibility of and issue with a Win XP setting, what should I check?

Thanks!



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