How to manually rebuild Performance Counters for Windows?

To rebuild all Performance counters including extensible and third-party counters in Windows, type the below commands at a command prompt.

cd\windows\system32

lodctr /R

Ensure that the counters are not disabled in the registry

The counters may be disabled via registry settings. Please check the following registry locations to ensure that the counters have not been disabled.

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\%servicename%\Performance

%servicename% represents any service with a performance counter. For example: PerfDisk, PerfOS, etc.

There may be registry keys for “DisablePerformanceCounters” in any of these locations. This value should be set to 0. If the value is anything other than 0 the counter may be disabled.

A value of 1 means the counter is disabled.
A value of 2 means the 32-bit counter is disabled.
A value of 4 measn the 64-bit counter is disabled.

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WintelAdmin

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