This is a discussion on Re: Performance Monitor & .log files (second try) - Windows NT ; "Clayton" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > I'm not new to NT but I'm definitely undertrained in it. I get Performance > Monitor server log files from my boss and I'm supposed to load them into PM, > open a chart ...
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> I'm not new to NT but I'm definitely undertrained in it. I get
> Monitor server log files from my boss and I'm supposed to load them into
> open a chart file (.pmc) file for that server, and then export the data to
> spreadsheet. It's pretty straightforward but more than half the time PM
> crashes with a Dr. Watson error when I'm loading the .pmc file. I end up
> opening a second
> instance of PM, loading the .pmc file into that, and adding the monitors
> manually into the first PM with the log file.
> Can anyone help me figure out why PM crashes and how to avoid it in the
> future? Thanks.
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