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Discussion in 'Storage' started by Killertide, Aug 26, 2017.

  1. Athlonite

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    Nope wired gig nic was some no name cumquat in a cheapo HP laptop that was like $350 bucks brand new
     
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    I found the absolute best and quickest and cheapest way is to buy a 2.5" usb3./.1 external enclosure, they are five quid use it as it's meant yet its akso an impromptu transfer dock 300Mb/s.

    I expect copying the files between two primary drives has messed up the permissions on the os drive ,a repair should work in safe mode but usb win10 loaded repair tends to fix most others.
     
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    I still don't believe it was a problem with the NIC. And are you saying WiFi was equally slow? Sound like either software or general network issues. Even the "crappy" Realtek wired NICs are very stable. I mean sure everything can be a dud, but defective NICs is a pretty rare problem (unless you've done something stupid, like shorting cables) and even more unlikely is a partly working NIC.
     
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