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Keywords: 215 tListProc Failed 239 unable to locate ID process counter performance disable disabled enable enabled registry key perfproc appexist appwaitclose failed
I'm getting it on one specific Win2K box, when the command runs fine on all my others. WB version 2001e Process Extender Version 10007 Contents of wwwbatch.ini: [WWPROC34I] LastError=FFFFFFFF (dwProcessIdOffset)
Can you run the performance monitor 'perfmon.exe' on this machine? Can you see a list of processes listed, when you do a Ctrl-Alt-Delete? Is this machine running a NON-english version of Windows? Out of curiousity, what is the service pack level of this 2000 machine?
In trying to troubleshoot some odd event log entries, I had used a Resource Kit tool called EXCTRLST.EXE to disable Performance counters for perfproc.dll. (Perfmon still ran fine and process listing via TaskMan was unaffected) Re-enabling these allowed tlistProc to run without error.
What seemed to help for us was sending a simple REG-file to the affected user, have him merge the file, then reboot, and hey-presto: problem solved!
Registry key of interest:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\PerfProc\Performance] "Disable Performance Counters"=dword:00000000
You could try installing and running the 'exctrlst' utility. This tool provides information about the performance counter DLLs that have been installed on a computer running Microsoft Windows. The tool lists the services and applications that provide performance information by using the Windows registry. When monitored using the Performance console provided in Windows, the data provided by these performance counters can be useful for optimizing and troubleshooting.
Article ID: W14788
File Created: 2017:07:28:13:58:38
Last Updated: 2014:07:18:09:49:34