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Windows 7: XPerf

26 Jan 2009   #1
sealight

Windows 7
 
 
XPerf

Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit (aka xperf) does not show process names on Windows 7, only its IDs.

http://download.microsoft.com/downlo.../xperf_x64.msi

Has anyone seen this problem before?


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25 Feb 2009   #2
rajsojha

Windows 7 Windows Vista
 
 

I have been facing the same problem.
Are you able to view the traces using -i and -a?
Are you able to convert the traces into xml format?
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04 Aug 2009   #3
smulpuru

windows 7
 
 
Solution

Use the latest xperf 4.5 from windows 7 SDK

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

download the ISO and extract \Setup\WinSDKTools_amd64\cab1.cab file from the iso

you will find the 3 MSI installs for xperf.

It worked for me and for many others too.
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06 Aug 2009   #4
rajsojha

Windows 7 Windows Vista
 
 

thanks a lot
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