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Windows 7: Constant DPCs When Trying to Copy/Sync to External HDD

29 Dec 2009   #1
yossarian23

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Constant DPCs When Trying to Copy/Sync to External HDD

I am running an HP a6720f and trying to sync my photos to an external hard drive. I have tried to use both SyncBack and simply copying folders. In each instance, the process seems to start fine and initially copies well, but within a short time, it slows to a near halt. In all cases, my DPCs are jumping up from being insignificant (varying from 0-5%) to being around 35%, with hardware interrupts around 16%.

I am not running any other programs when this happens. All I want to do is backup my pictures.

The drive is a 500gb SimpleDrive. When I first boot the computer, I have no trouble accessing the drive or any files on the drive.

Does anyone have any suggestions?


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30 Dec 2009   #2
whest

XP, Vista, W7 64bit Home Premium
 
 

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30 Dec 2009   #3
yossarian23

Windows 7
 
 

Thank you very much! There is a major improvement for copying files. I didn't think there was a problem with the drive (nor did my diagnostics). This confirms it. And more importantly, can backup my pictures.
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