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Thanks. like manually  changing an ip adres sometimes causes w7 to blank out the primary ip and adding the new one as secondairy.. In the Photoshop Tab uncheck let Photoshop generate Thumbnails then click OK. -- JJMack JJMacks's gear list:JJMacks's gear list Canon EOS-1D Mark II Canon EOS-1D Mark IV Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L It contains a lot of random batch files and self-executable programs I use for diagnostics and what not, and nearly every time I open the folder the computer hangs for 15-60 weblink

Have you scanned for adware, viruses, worms, etc...? Comments Subject: Re: WinXP Windows Explorer slow to open folders on local PC but quick over netwo From: nexex-ga on 30 Mar 2004 18:55 PST First make sure you Could this be related to constant indexing of the files and folders as part of a "quick find" feature? This disables indexing for all drives on the computer.Closing WordsAnything that we missed?

Reply Got it November 9, 2015 at 5:17 am # This happened in Win 7 and now 10. Join our site today to ask your question. The indexing was crushing them.To turn it off, right click the share or drive on the host, select properties, make sure to uncheck "remove allow files on this drive to have Reboot your computer afterwards.If scan disk found errors and was able to correct them, you may want to try again accessing the folder.

share|improve this answer answered Apr 28 '10 at 4:46 jwaddell 2,14321426 Good suggestion. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. You need to turn this off. So, to test, I moved the zip files to a subdirectory, opened the drive, and response returned to normal.

I discovered the solution in 2005 with XP, and I'm refraining to apply it to win& since it is a registry fix I can't miss with. Scroll down to the bottom of the long list of stuff that now shows up in the menu on the right. I'd been avoiding the Service Pack because I had read that it created problems in some cases. I know it is easier but probably problem is linux in this case if all computer connect slow to it?!?!

I do not have Winzip installed. It is only file shares that take a long time to "wake up". I did do both though. There is one labeled Photoshop.

Puzzling.... Have a quick read and the solution which was turning off DDE. 0 Thai Pepper OP J-Seb Apr 10, 2014 at 2:18 UTC Zebadee wrote: hhhmm, there is Is it bad practice to study or reference the work of an academic who has fallen from grace? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

The last item in the group by menu is the "none" item. have a peek at these guys This operation may take a long time over a slow connection. Maybe try testing it on a test system first before ploughing ahead with GPO's 0 Thai Pepper She has folders with sub folders that contain lots of small files. In die right view (details, lists, symbols, etc...) I see some folders and during about 1min all 1500 folders drop in one by on at a rate of about 10-20 folders

Please seehttp://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=100108for more information about the NTFS file system.found here:http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/21233-45-files-directory 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Kmuland    0 0 59 posts October 24, 2006 Country: It's easy! However, I only get two tabs instead of the three you describe. check over here Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft.

Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 05-26-2008,06:43 PM #1 mangyDOG View Profile View Forum Posts Private Contents indexing is a performance disaster whether on spinning disk or SSD and should NOT be the default.No one on web appears to have figured this out. It's a real resouce hog, it slowed down my PC significantly.Here's how to do:Go to - Start- Run-type in "msconfig" - go to "Start up" tab - look for "qttask",...if it's

You have to BOTH categorize everything general items AND stop indexing by file CONTENTS:Select entire disk, properties, Customize tab, then optimize for general items and check box for all sub-folders, OKSelect

The first step of saving a file is to pull the information about the file, not only to check if it exists, but to check the permissions on it for writing, In the "Use this folder type as a template:" field, choose "Pictures(best for many files)". There are so many forms of it that you cannot set all types of meta data to every file. But....

Subject: Re: WinXP Windows Explorer slow to open folders on local PC but quick over netwo From: zimmer-ga on 11 May 2004 17:09 PDT I believe I have found the took a while for it to complete. All Activity Home Microsoft Software Products Older Windows NT-Family OSes Windows XP Why XP is slow reading folders with thousand of files? http://comvurgent.com/xp-slow/xp-slow-as-molasses.html Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

Another determining factor is your processor speed, or as mentioned earlier, how many programs you have installed and running. In reply to Steve_Horn • May 3, 2006 Hi,Here are two more tips:1. Navigation gHacks Technology News The independent technology news blog HomeHeader MenuHomeWindowsSoftwareFirefoxChromeGoogleAndroidEmailDealsBest ofSupport Us Return to Content How To Fix Slow Folders In Windows Explorer By Martin Brinkmann on June 9, 2011 Everything works well except for accessing a certain folder on the network.

Setting the folder type to "General purposes" fixed the problem.Again, thank you very much because this problem aggraveted me and I have searched a long time for the correct solution. Oops, something's wrong below. Select "Enabled" > Apply > OK. 5. The situation is significantly improved.

Any suggestions? 0 Habanero OP BSOD'D Apr 10, 2014 at 2:34 UTC tcur89 wrote: Cant seem to find how to disable DDE in windows 7. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up This Topic All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google an xp virtual machine running on that machine has no delay what so ever with network browsing. (W7 runs on that physical machine, not in vm because of terrible perfomance... And now you no longer have this annoying problem.

cheers, mangyDOG Reply With Quote 05-28-2008,03:04 AM #13 mangyDOG View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Learning Storage Performance Join Date Feb 2003 Location Ballarat, Vic, Aust. Is your network stack configured only to use TCP/IP, or is there some other lower level transport that's being tried before TCP/IP? Gb comming soon. But it is just Office files and it is driving me insane.

Subject: Re: WinXP Windows Explorer slow to open folders on local PC but quick over network From: vono_97-ga on 07 May 2004 13:55 PDT Re: thedors-ga's solution - thumbnail caching made no difference at all. What's New? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

I am Storage! Tuesday, September 17, 2013 4:01 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am using a Synology NAS server.