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Windows 7: Move data over to USB/DPC's and Interupts Jump to 100%

12 Dec 2009   #1
Grally

Win 7 Ultimate X64
 
 
Move data over to USB/DPC's and Interupts Jump to 100%

System Runs like a champ, no issues what so ever, Can Play games all night, watch movies on here whatever Except.......I copy over a File to a USB Drive, Dosent matter what size, dosent matter what slot, mfg, Hard Drive, Thumb Drive Dose not matter, DPC's and Interupts Climb to 50% each and peg both my Cores to 100% usage and im at a crawl. Reboot and im Fine, however the file that im trying to copy over fails, and give me the messege of

Could not Find This Item

This is no longer Located in G:\ To Transfer . Verify The Items location and Try Again.

I have attached a few Screen Shots.

Im At a loss, Microsoft has a hot fix for X86 but dosent say anything about X64 or whats causing the USB Issue.

Noone has been able to help me with the 100% usage issue.....

I have gone as far as Formatting and starting over from Scratch with nothing installed except the Drivers.

ANYONE !!! Im at a loss here, i have tried numerous things and nothing is working..


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12 Dec 2009   #2
Grally

Win 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

If this is not the right section of the forum can a MOD or Admin move this so it gets a properly looking over.

Thanks Much appreciated
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