No my computer is in the bedroom, and my WD TV LIVE Hub and 2TB External HD are connected to my TV in the living room.
So all my files that i download on my PC i wirelessly transfer them onto my External Hard drive. I do not want to have to disconnect my External from the hub at any point.
My question is, how can i transfer a file that is on the External Hard Drive, that’s directly connected to the HUB from my PC but at the speed i would get if i were to sync files from the Hub?
i MAX out around 1.3mb/s through wireless transfer from my PC to The Hub
But if i sync files from the external to the HUB i can acheive around 9MB/s
But if i open the external hard drives files through the mapped drive in my computer on my PC, and transfer them onto the Hub’s internal hard drive, through a mapped drive in my computer on my PC i only get the 1.3mb/s (same speed i get through a wireless transfer from my PC’s hard drive to the hub)
There should be a way to get the same speed i get from a hardwired sync (9MB/s) from the external to the HUB … But i’m asking how do i do that from my computer screen?
Sittin in from of my computer screen i can open “My Computer” and See the [W:\ External] and [Z:\ WDTVLIVEHUB]
allowing me to drag/drop/edit any files on either of those hard drives wirelessly from my PC, but the Extrernal and the Hub are hardwired connected to each other, so i shouldn’t be getting wireless transfer speed when transfering files between them, only when transfering files between my Pc and Those two drives as that is a wireless transfer.
So how do i get the 9MB/s when viewing the 2 hard drives through mapped drives on my PC and transfering between the two hard wired drives?