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Updated BIOS Flash Utility / Updated motherboard chip set drivers & USB Host Controller Updates etc

Discussion in 'T11' started by Fritz-69, Mar 1, 2017.

  1. Fritz-69

    Fritz-69 Active Member

    Hi,

    I am trying to find the BIOS Flash Utility, motherboard chip set drivers and an updated USB Host Controllers for the T11 in Windows 10.

    Everything is working fine but the USB transfer rates are slow.

    USB 2 I'm getting between 3-11 mb/s, and USB 3 about 18-20 mb/s.

    I'm aware this is standard without the correct drivers, but with both USB types, you should be getting significantly higher transfer rates as advertised by the thumb drives / SD Cards Manufacturers.

    I've tried to search for these but am unable to find anything relevant, as obviously it is imperative to use the correct drivers and BIOS Flash utility.

    Any help would be appreciated as transfering gb and tb of data takes several hrs (24 hrs constant when backing up a tb library)

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    These are some screenshots for comparison
    This first batch are all on a T11

    This was just a shot of the C drive speed whilst downloading something
    C Drive Internet Download.png

    C drive to an installed internal hard drive:
    D Drive Copying From C Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    D Drive Copying From C.png

    From the internal hard drive to C:
    C Drive Copying From D Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    C Drive Copying From D.png

    Next we have using the USB2 socket with:
    a 5400RPM 2.5" hard drive connected
    E Drive Copying From C Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    E Drive Copying From C.png

    a 16Gb USB stick attached, using C: drive's READ speed in Task Manager as USB removable storage doesn't appear in own right.
    USB Drive Copying From C Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    USB Drive Copying From C.png

    will need to go to next post to fit more images
     
  3. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    same again, same devices, but via the USB3 socket:
    a 5400RPM 2.5" hard drive connected
    E Drive Copying From C Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    E Drive Copying From C.png

    a 16Gb USB stick attached, using C: drive's READ speed in Task Manager as USB removable storage doesn't appear in own right:
    USB Drive Copying From C Windows Explorer Screenshot.png
    USB Drive Copying From C.png
     
  4. ChrisM

    ChrisM Administrator Staff Member

    I'm not aware of any updated drivers being available. I've searched using the hardware ID from device manager on the USB 3 host controller entry, but from the same range, I could only find older drivers referred to.
    Can you let us know the speeds you're getting and with what sort of device.
     
  5. Fritz-69

    Fritz-69 Active Member

    Thanks for looking into this. As I said previously, I don't have a problem as these speeds seam pretty unilateral throughout many devices. It's just when you buy a thumb drive or HDD, it states write speeds upto 80mb/s as an example.

    I've never heard of people getting this. So after good old Google search. I read in forums how various people where flashing there BIOS, updating there drivers etc to achieve this. So I thought it would be good to try and find out if it was possible.

    Thanks anyway.

    Sent From Experia X Mobile Phone
     
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