Can't get better than 200 Mbps write speed Tags: Networking RSMRSMRSM January 12, 2013 3:58:31 AM . 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! . More about : 200 mbps write speed Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can't get better than 1 Mbps Forum Internet speed dropped to less than 200 B/sec Forum Speed Matters: How Ethernet Went From 3 Mbps to 100 Gbps … and Beyond Forum slow write speeds on LSI RAID controller card Forum CAT6 File transfer speed <1 MBps Forum Slow write speed Kingston SSDNow V 200 256GB Forum 5400RPM HDD writing at 5 - 6 mbps , is this normal? Forum Setup gigabit home network using 100 mbps Router but Gigabit switches Forum 30 Mbps and having trouble streaming Netflix Forum HDD read/ write speed randomly slow Forum ICH10R RAID Slower than Single Drive Forum Can't reach 30 Mbps on Windows 7 Forum Should I upgrade to 6.0 Mbps ? Forum Router Setup Forum Can I connect a router to another router for a desktop Forum Internet Speed Forum What's RT-N65U USB 3.0 transfer speed Forum Internet faster on phone than computer? Forum Network (internet speed) problem Forum [Solved] Splitting internet speed Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !