Manually configuring both NICs for full duplex gigabit operation
The problem is intermittently (very) slow network access, disconnect messages, and intermittent failed copies of large files from a Vista x64 SP1 machine with a Realtek RTL8168B/8111B GigE PCIe NIC to a Windows XP SP2 x86 machine. The problems occur Nike Running Jacket Ladies not just in Windows Explorer, but also when I'm saving files with another program, like Firefox downloads or the like. Nike Mens Jackets Online
Enabling jumbo frames with (4K max) manually on both machines
Accessing the remote system via a mapped drive or a UNC share (happens both ways)
Updating to RealTek's latest NIC and audio drivers available today
These problems started with the installation of Vista SP1. So far, I've tried the following measures, with no improvement:
solving mode since the prospect of spending hours ripping up my main PC for a fix that may or may not be possible with current OS and driver revisions doesn't seem especially inviting.
After my post about slow file copies with Windows Vista SP1, some of you offered potential fixes and asked for an update once the problem was resolved. I have been taking a crack at this problem every so often without going into all out, throw down problem Nike Windrunner White And Black
Anyhow, I made another run at the problem again today. Here's a brief recap for you.
SP1 file copies
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The target machine serves files to any other system on my network (both XP and pre SP1 Vista systems) quickly and with zero problems.
Disabling my (Avast) antivirus's real time file scanning and network AV protection modules during a file copyNone of these changes have even moved the needle. The problems are bad enough that everyday use of this machine in our networked environment is a trial. I suppose the next steps may involve hardware changes, such as a discrete NIC. I'd really prefer not to make such a change for an obvious software problem (this all worked fine before the installation of Vista SP1), but there may not be another option here. I've tried pretty much everything suggested in this MS knowledgebase article, with the exception of using robocopy, since resorting to a CLI based file copy utility isn't a fix; it's a kludgy workaround (and its presence in the KB article suggests this problem must be somewhat intractable).
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