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Qperf.dll is crashing IIS 4.0 on NT

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jmeehan, Apr 15, 2004.

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    We are running a web server on a Windows NT Server. Lately, the QPerf.dll has been crashing the IIS services.

    Here are the errors from the event viewer when this happens:

    The Open Procedure for service "ISAPISearch" in DLL "QPerf.dll" failed. Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code returned is DWORD 0.

    The Open Procedure for service "ContentIndex" in DLL "QPerf.dll" failed. Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code returned is DWORD 0.

    The Open Procedure for service "ContentFilter" in DLL "QPerf.dll" failed. Performance data for this service will not be available. Status code returned is DWORD 0.

    Here is the error from Dr. Watson:

    Application exception occurred:
    App: exe\inetinfo.dbg (pid=448)
    When: 4/15/2004 @ 4:27:6.968
    Exception number: c0000005 (access violation)

    I know the Qperf.dll has something to do with the performance monitor. I just have not found a fixed for it.

    Thanks for the help in advance.
     
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    Okay I removed Microsoft Index Server completely, but IIS continues to fail. Only this time I am not receiving the QPerf.dll errors messages in the Event Viewer.

    Is there are way to run System File Checker in Windows NT?
     
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