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Corrupted perfmon objects and counters

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Anyone ever see this before? The "Memory" object is completely missing from Performance Monitor, and several of the counters on other objects (i.e. Physical Disk counters) are corrupted as well. Any idea how to restore perfmon to working order so I can convince the client to upgrade?

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I would first reinstall the service packs. This may resolve the problem.

Also check the MS site for performance monitor - there were some updates.
The NT Resource kit also has some help in it.

I hope this helps !
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