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Event ID: 3006 Source: LoadPerf
Unable to read the performance counter strings of the <language id> language ID. The Win32 status returned by the call is the first DWORD in Data section.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
0000: 02 00 00 00 20 01 00 00 …. …
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What are the performance counters?
What is a DWORD?
EV100473 (Event ID 3006 and Exchange Server 2007 performance counters) provides a solution for this type of problem on a server running Exchange Server 2007.
TD315735 provides instructions on how to rebuild the list of counters in the registry.
As per Microsoft: "Explanation: All performance counter names and explain text are maintained in string tables managed by the performance counter subsystem (Perflib). The string table for the language identified by the language ID is missing. This file might have been accidentally deleted. To correct the problem, rebuild the string tables. For more information about Language IDs, see Help and Support.
User Action: To rebuild the string tables, on the computer that displayed the message, at the command prompt, type “Lodctr /r”. The contents of the string tables are automatically rebuilt. For more information about the Lodctr command, see Help and Support". See MSW2KDB for details.
This error might be caused by the lack of support of the application for the language indicated by the "language ID". This is sometimes the case with applications in beta versions.
Ayman M. Galal
If you upgraded your W2K Domain Controller to Service Pack 3 see ME328556.
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