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jhannon
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Posted - 19 Oct 2012 :  18:53:37  Show Profile  Visit jhannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Love the look of Perfmon, but I get an error dialog box when it starts:

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Error loading performance counter named '\Processor(_Total)\% Priveledged time';
The error was: No Object - No Object
Disable it?
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... and a similar one for disk. The CPU and Disk graphs show no results. Running this on Windows 7 (64bit) and selected "Run as Administrator" but no luck.

What do I try next?

s.dav
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Italy
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Posted - 22 Oct 2012 :  09:15:30  Show Profile  Visit s.dav's Homepage  Reply with Quote
j, what is the language of your Windows 7?

Regards, Davide
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jhannon
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Posted - 23 Oct 2012 :  18:52:37  Show Profile  Visit jhannon's Homepage  Reply with Quote
English.
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s.dav
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Italy
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Posted - 24 Oct 2012 :  11:21:50  Show Profile  Visit s.dav's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This seems to be quite strange, maybe your performance counters are disabled?

Regards, Davide
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Skynet6
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Posted - 11 Apr 2013 :  11:40:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have the same error. Did you find any solution?

Edited by - Skynet6 on 11 Apr 2013 11:41:19
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s.dav
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Italy
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Posted - 12 Apr 2013 :  09:20:06  Show Profile  Visit s.dav's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I should check directly your PC from mine...

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Skynet6
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Posted - 16 Apr 2013 :  11:22:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ok I've found the solution to my problem. What was needed to be done was to rebuild the performance counters.

For anyone with this problem:
To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt. Press ENTER after each command.
cd %Systemroot%\System32\
lodctr /R
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Ralphie
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Posted - 25 Sep 2014 :  06:27:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Ok I've found the solution to my problem. What was needed to be done was to rebuild the performance counters.

For anyone with this problem:
To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt. Press ENTER after each command.
cd %Systemroot%\System32\
lodctr /R



I tried this and it didn't work.

Edited by - Ralphie on 11 Feb 2020 11:15:09
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s.dav
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Italy
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Posted - 15 Jan 2016 :  00:58:14  Show Profile  Visit s.dav's Homepage  Reply with Quote
If you are using Win7+ you'll probably need to open the console as "Administrator"

Regards, Davide
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Mrs Parth
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USA
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Posted - 21 Sep 2016 :  14:14:09  Show Profile  Visit Mrs Parth's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Ok I've found the solution to my problem. What was needed to be done was to rebuild the performance counters.

For anyone with this problem:
To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt.http://phenq-results.com Press ENTER after each command.
cd %Systemroot%\System32\
lodctr /R


Like dev said you gotta do it as a administrator, i was having the same issue for quite some time.




Edited by - Mrs Parth on 23 Sep 2016 21:52:10
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Kipp Gremillion
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USA
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Posted - 13 Nov 2016 :  19:40:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This did fix my occurrence of this problem however, when executing this command (lodctr /r) I received the error "Error: Unable to rebuild performance counter setting from system backup store, error code is 2"

The solution is to execute the same command twice.


C:\WINDOWS\system32>lodctr /r
[0x7FF9730070E3] ANOMALY: use of REX.w is meaningless (default operand size is 64)

Error: Unable to rebuild performance counter setting from system backup store, error code is 2
C:\WINDOWS\system32>lodctr /r
[0x7FF9730070E3] ANOMALY: use of REX.w is meaningless (default operand size is 64)

Info: Successfully rebuilt performance counter setting from system backup store
C:\WINDOWS\system32>
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EvePowell
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USA
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Posted - 25 Nov 2016 :  10:19:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:Ok I've found the solution to my problem. What was needed to be done was to rebuild the performance counters.

For anyone with this problem:
To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt http://adeleweightloss.com/ Press ENTER after each command. cd %Systemroot%\System32\ lodctr /R Like dev said you gotta do it as a administrator, i was having the same issue for quite some time.?

Edited by - EvePowell on 06 Dec 2016 21:21:53
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Zoe24
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USA
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Posted - 09 Dec 2016 :  13:21:37  Show Profile  Visit Zoe24's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mrs Parth

quote:
Ok I've found the solution to my problem. What was needed to be done was to rebuild the performance counters.

For anyone with this problem:
To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt. http://phenq-avis.com/en/ Press ENTER after each command.
cd %Systemroot%\System32\
lodctr /R


Like dev said you gotta do it as a administrator, i was having the same issue for quite some time.





To rebuild all the performance counters on Windows 7/Vista type the following commands at a Command Prompt. Press ENTER after each command.
cd %Systemroot%\System32\
lodctr /R

Edited by - Zoe24 on 22 Jun 2017 02:41:24
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