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Perflib: Windows cannot load extensible counter DLL MSSQL$WSUS, the first DWORD in data section is the Windows error code

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Hello. All of a sudden I'm getting this error. Is it something I should be taking action on? I have SBS2003 R2 (recently upgraded from SP1).

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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Do you think you might have been able to provide a bit more information?  Or is this a test of my crystal ball?

Please post the entire event error message.

Thanks.

Jeff
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 250 total points
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Okay... I guess I didn't read the title of your post... so I apologize.  I have a bad habit of doing that.

Check out:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912399

Jeff
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by:MPSmith4258
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Jeff, your worse than me!!!!! Seriously, thks for post, and will check it out and revert ...

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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Well, at least you're understanding about it... half the time I get chastised for making those kind of mistakes.  So thanks!  :-)

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by:MPSmith4258
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Jeff, took a look at this, this KB article probably applies to the full version of SQL, whereas I'm running Express Advanced Edition, in that I can't find the DLL or even folders named by the article - am reluctant to guess, so I'll try to do some more research ...
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Well, I think you're right... and I'm not sure that I have much else up my sleeve on this one.  For now, I'd watch it to see if it persists.  You could try reinstalling your upgrade again to see if that resolves the issue.

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by:MPSmith4258
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Jeff, basically followed the advice in the KB article but modified it and enabled the permissions for the DLL that had *ctr* in it, and the bin folders ... everything seems fine now. Thanks.
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Good to know... thanks for posting back!

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