There are chances that performance counters on the servers gets corrupted because of change\modification in the registry by extensible counters or because of WMI based program which has modified the registry.
\Memory\% Committed Bytes In Use
\PhysicalDisk(*)\Avg. Disk Queue Length
\Network Interface(*)\Bytes Total/sec”
To rebuild the performance counters run the below command
To confirm the performance counters execute the below command
Disabling some performance counters in windows is really easy. You can control performance counters enable and disable from below windows registries
%ServiceName% represents any service with a performance counter like PerfDisk,PerfOs etc.
There may be registry keys for “Disable Performance Counters” in any of these locations. If the Key is not available create a Key with DWORD32 Bit and set it value to 1 if you want to disable that performance counter
Once the value is set to 1 for “Disable Performance Counter” the user will get this message as shown below.