The last update of Windows 11 is causing solid state drive (SSD) and WiFi connection issues for some users. This update, released by Microsoft in March 2023, promised improvements in the stability and performance of the operating systembut for some users it has caused more problems than it fixed.
Reports of issues started popping up on the Microsoft support forums shortly after the update was released. Many users noticed that their solid-state drives were running slower after installing the update, while others reported problems with their WiFi connection, such as frequent connection drops or a slower than normal connection.
The problem, although widespread, seems to persistently affect an exact model of SSD which is the Adata XPG SX8200 Pro with 1TB capacity. In fact, the forums have been filled with experiences from different users who comment that the startup times of their computers are now greater than 31 seconds after the update.
Microsoft is aware of the issue and fully aware that the update is affecting various SSD drives. In fact, he has commented that backing up files with a large weight will be slower in Windows 11 in version 22H2. Of course, they have not indicated anything about whether they have an update for the operating system already in mind.
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The slowness of solid-state drives is of particular concern, as these drives are an integral part of the performance of any modern computer system. If a solid-state drive is running slower than normal, the entire system can be affected. And, it is that, the complaints precisely express problems in the general performance of tasks.
WiFi connection issues are also worrisome, especially for those who depend on a stable WiFi connection to work or study from home. If the WiFi connection fails or is slower than normal, it can make it impossible to perform certain tasks online, which can be especially problematic in telecommuting or entertainment situations.
For those experiencing these issues, Microsoft recommends using the following commands to make file copies: “robocopy \\someserver\someshare c:\somefolder somefile.img /J” and “xcopy \\someserver\someshare c:\somefolder /J ”. Logically, the quotes do not have to be written when using these commands in the Windows CMD.
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