Recently, label.dll started reporting -1% for the CPU load value. I have just completed a pretty major recovery of my system, so I'm sure it has something to do with that, but I'm not sure what. System specs:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Intel Celeron @ 1.4GHZ
LiteStep 0.24.7 Beta 4
Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
there have been multiple threads about this. search through the forum for the answer.
That is an F, isn't it? LOL, should have been a 4 of course. And as far as the problem goes, this morning it mysteriously fixed itself... *shrug*
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check your event log for weirdo readings from perfmon. I had the same issue while once booting up; apparently perfnet was screwy and more or less disabled any perfmon readings by the system. Disabled the service that was acting up, problem solved.
Sorry I can't be more specific; I'm at my linux box right now.
Sounds like you may have deleted pdh.dll, which Label requires for CPU monitoring.
well, i have the same problem ... and i have that dll in the win/system32 dir!
what else could be the cause of this?
i thought about letting rainmeter handle this, but i cant get it to display some text outside its box already defined by the simplicity theme :/
Hate to bring this up from several months ago, but the problem started again, and it hasn't stopped.
In reference to nggalai's post, I'll confess ignorance:
1) Where would I find my event log?
2) What is perfmon?
And yes, pdh.dll is in the WINDOWS/system32/ directory.
Thanks for the help guys.
this is not pdh.dll problem this is xLabel problem
Except that I'm not using xLabel, I'm using label.dll v1.99