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perfmon_enm produces weird stuff on localized XP

dhs

New member
That's one example:

"\Processore(_Total#0)\% Tempo utente"

The "#0" part comes out of... ?

Another example:

"\Processore(1#0)\% Tempo utente"

This *could* be related to the PC being multicores, but the "old" perfom_enum handled the case with no problems.
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CF Mark

Administrator
So they work or they dont work?

Run "perfmon" from the start menu, the names of the items you can add in that should be the same.
 

dhs

New member
Nope, from perfmon, the names i can add are "normal"
(eg: without the "#0" or "#1" thighy).
 

CF Mark

Administrator
Well thats odd.

Those counter names are supplied by Windows so theres really nothing i can do about it im affraid :(
 
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