Hey Veeam Community,
I am having a problem backing up my personal workstation to an external hard drive.
I am using the free version of Veeam Agent for Windows.
When I backup, my main (C:) Internal SSD shows:
Local SSD (C:) (476.1 GB) 262.5 GB read at 142 MB/s
However, my other Internal SSD ‘terabyte’ (X:)
Terabyte (X:) (953.9 GB) 3.8 GB read at 4 MB/s.
I benchmarked both of my drives with CrystalDiskMark and they both got good similar results being Sata SSD’s, so the X: drive should not be this slow.
I’ve tried swapping sata ports, changing cables, disable throttling when system is in use, etc. Nothing seems to help.
Can anyone help me diagnose what is causing one drive to backup so much faster?
Best answer by Ben4jamminView original