Increase Maximum File Transfer size of USB in Windows 7
The maximum transfer size of usb devices is limited in windows 7 and windows server 2008, the default limited value of the USB devices is set to 64 Kilobyte (KB), that means, at any given point of time 64 kb can be transferred only from the your windows 7 computer to USB,
Now Microsoft has released a hot fix to override this restriction, with this hot fix you can increase the maximum file transfer size from 64 kb to 2 mb in windows 7 or windows server 2008
To Increase Maximum File Transfer size of USB in Windows 7, follow the step below
Step1 – Download KB2581464 from Microsoft website and apply it
Step2 – after you apply the above the hotfix you ca increase the Maximum File Transfer size of USB in Windows 7,
Step3 – press CTRL + Run or Click on start and in search box type Regedit.
Step4 – In registry editor, locate the following key
VVV represents device descriptor idVendor in hexadecimal.
PPPP represents device descriptor idProduct in hexadecimal.
Step5 – In the right pane,right click and select new option then click on DWORDValue
Step6 - A new ket will be created, named the key as MaximumTransferLength, and set the value of the key to whatever value you like between 65535 (64K) and 2097120 (2M).
Step7 - Once you are close the Registry Editor and restart your computer
After you have restarted your computer, connect any Usb Device and transfer some data, you might notice significant increase in the performance of usb data transfer