Fix perfctrs.dll errors
perfctrs.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Performance Counters in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:19:32 PM, the size is 39424 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
perfctrs.dll can be infected by virus Backdoor:Win32/Delf.PH which spreads through social network Xanga to download and install malware Freeze Burn on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of perfctrs.dll will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game The Dark Eye: Demonicon, Web browser Safari 533.16 or antivirus Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 can't start up, along with error message:
perfctrs.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive perfctrs.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit just installed. Extremely slow, 30 minutes to boot up.
Hello, I just recently joined this community to resolve my issue. Please bare in mind, that I am not very technical and that good with technology. Straight to the Point. I think I have an unknown Virus on my PC, and because i have service pack 1, it doesn't help at all. Norton doesn't want to install. Windows Defender keeps turning off. Windows Update/installation fails. Drivers won't update (they're out of date) On the "Shut down" button it says "Installs updates and shuts down your computer" Not sure if that helps. An expert told me to run combofix and post the log on another forum, but he hasn't got back to me yet. So I thought I'd try Microsoft themselves. I'm on the brink of giving up. Hope there is a Hero out there! Windows 7 Ultimate - - End Of File - - 929E46587811506A2B6B2838C7A1E2B1 A36C5E4F47E84449FF07ED3517B43A31
I can also run other softwares, and post the log here if it is helpful, such as OTL etc. or if you have any recommended softwares to use. let me know. I will reply as soon as I get an email notification on my mobile. Thanks!
I'm moving your question to the Windows 7 topic area. Since this is a new install, I suspect you have a bad install, bad hardware, or have not loaded all required drivers. -steve
no disk for vista how replace corrupt files sfc.exe cannot repair
I ran sfc.exe system checker and it says there are corrupt files it can't repair. In sfcdetails.txt, I found these files that can't be repaired: mmcndmgr.dll perfctrs.dll perfmon.exe settings.ini filemgmt.dll wpd_ci.dll I don't have an OS disk for my Lenovo Thinkpad T400 running Windows Vista Business 32. Is there some place I can get clean copies of these? The symptom I'm having is I get a "class not registered" error when I try to use device manager and other management console tools. Thanks - Kathleen
Microsoft does not supply Vista DVDs to OEM Branded (Dell, Lenove, etc) branded Computers. And Recovery Disks(which you could obtain from Lenovo) are not designed for this type of work. They are normally used to do a Recovery to Factory Settings Install. Borrow a proper Microsoft Vista DVD(not Dell, HP, etc). A proper Vista DVD contains all Vista versions. The Product Key determines which Vista version gets installed. There are 2 Vista disks: one for 32bit Operating System, and one for 64bit Operating System. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Read the info at the link below re a Repair Install: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/88236-repair-install-vista.html You do the above Vista Repair Upgrade Install from within a running Vista Operating System. Cheers. Mick Murphy - Microsoft Partner
That's a lot of corrupted files. The first one is a primary reason you can't open an MMC (like Device Manager) of any sort - I think it's the control file for opening MMCs. If you do have or borrow the genuine Windows Vista Installation DVD then you should be able to copy over these files from the disk (though you may have to first extract them) - but a simple in-place upgrade as suggested by Mr. Murphy is the better and easier solution. I'm not sure whether or not you would be able to copy/extract the appropriate files from the Recovery Disk or the Recovery Partition (if you have one) - I've never tried to do that before (using them only for clean installs). I suppose it might be possible and may be worth an attempt if you really want to avoid a clean install and that's your only other option (and that very well may be the case - I can't test it because I do not have an OEM-supplied Recovery Disk or a Recovery Partition). To do so, you'd need to find each file (which in itself may
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