Well, if 50 °C is OK I hope it will survive 53 °C.Nice oven
Actually, good idea, I can try Process Monitor to see if there is some obvious bottleneck.Maybe - by analogy with the above-mentioned self-written program(showfrag) from the author - he should write a test utility for scanning the selected "point" from the file system structure with measurement of the time spent? Using the same functions/approaches/techniques as Total Commander usually does. And so we can immediately find a bottleneck?
You're right! It is so slow I thought it must be a 5400 RPM drive.This HDD is TOSHIBA MK5061GSYN, 500 GB, 7200 rpm
How would I check and correct this? What are the consequences? Any good links to read more about the issue?It's most likely Advanced Format HDD (with 4 KB sectors) running in 512 byte sector emulation mode (partitions are misaligned).
It's been like this for years but now I thought why not ask and check, perhaps there is some simple solution I have overlooked.And what with an older TC version ?
I can try with an older TC version.