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31 Dec 2012  

Windows 7 ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gidyn View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by marsmimar View Post
Hello gidyn and welcome to Seven Forums.

In Windows Xp and Windows Vista you would have to add additional performance counters to Task Manager to specifically monitor disk activity. The counters are I/O Reads, I/O Writes, I/O Read Bytes, and I/O Write Bytes. I'm on a work computer running XP so I can't verify if this will work on Windows 7 but you might give it a look.

Identify Processes That Cause High Disk Activity
I'm using Resource Monitor, not Task Manager. Please see the screen shot in my original post.
What he meant is Resource Monitor uses ETW as the engine. Perfmon exposes ETW in Performance Monitor > Data Collector Sets > System > Event Trace Sessions. look for NtfsLog... it should be started.. as a matter of fact all the sessions should be started.
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