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Old 02-06-2008, 09:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what part of the computer affects extracting and copying times, it takes my computer like 20 min for an 80 mb file.
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Default Re: Long Extracting and Copying times

Copying from where to where?
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you might want to defrag the hard drive. If you are copying from a flash drive or something then it could be going bad (the flash drive). The problem is definitely with one of the drives though.
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its brand new
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just copying a file say from desktop to same desktop
80 mb actually took realistically 5 min but still seemed long
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Wrong forum.
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its brand new
10000 rpm
just copying a file say from desktop to same desktop
80 mb actually took realistically 5 min but still seemed long
wrong forum, but 5 minutes isn't long... why go crazy.... if your angered by these so-called "Slow times" overclock your e8400
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