This is my firt posting here. I hope, someone can help me.
I connected two notebooks via a TP-Link router (Wlan 54g). The first computer is a brand new Samsung RF511 Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit with Intel I7, 8GB Ram. The second is a 5 year old HP Pavilion DV5000 device with Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.
It dosent matter if i connect via Homegroup or direct over the network to the files. The speed of transmission between the two computers is about 3-400KB. Sometime, i get about 7-800 KB. But no idea why. I guess, i should get at least 3-5MB.
If i click over the network on a movie file (only one clock - no double click) windows explorer need about 20-30 seconds for read the filedatas. While this happen, Windows Explorer get slow.
Fluid browsing in from folder to folder is not possible.
So, whats wrong with Win 7? On the Samsung notebook installed a virtual XP. If i access with XP to the datas, it is very fast. Doubleclick a movie, and he start withinh 2-4 seconds. I spent some hours to find a solution in the internet. I saw, there are plenty of users with the same problem.
I try alot: things like netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disable, disable remote differential compression and many things more. Turning off Firewall and Avast Antivirus...Nothing helps. I change also from DHCP to static IP. I checked all the drifer and firmware. Everything is up to date. For me, Windows 7 is a backstep.