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Call RegQueryValueEx, raise errors in event viewer log

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Hi! All

In Win2000, I called RegQueryValueEx(HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA, "510", 0, &type, data, &size) to collect netcard's performance data. The returns is SUCCESS, but this will raise warning and error in event viewer log, the warning and error are following:

WARN:"The configuration information of the performance library "E:\WINNT\System32\w3ctrs.dll" for the  "W3SVC" service does not match the trusted performance library information  stored in the registry. The functions in this library will not be treated  as trusted. "

ERROR: "The Open Procedure for service "MSMQ" in DLL "E:\WINNT\System32\MQPERF.DLL" failed.  Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code  returned is data DWORD 0. "
Is it a serious problem? How to solve such problems? Thanks in advance.

Richard
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