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While I was writing up an answer for another question I was running the windows System Diagnostics and System Performance perfmon reports. The data collector sets run fine, however when I go to view the report it brings me to the Performance Counter view. When I right click and go to View the only options I can click are Performance Counter and Folder, Report is listed but it is greyed out.

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Going to the Folder view and comparing it to another computer that does display the report correctly I can see I am missing rules.log and report.html.

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The computer that is not working correctly is Windows 7 Home Premium. The one that is working is Windows 7 Enterprise. Is it just that Home Premium can't display the report, or is there something wrong with my system?

I have tried deleting the C:\PerfLog folder but after generating another report it still does not create the report.html file, any other suggestions on what to do to correct this issue?

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Most often cause for that is just inability for Performance Monitor to generate it automatically. walk around would be opening command prompt and launching following

tracerpt *.blg *.etl -report report.html -f html

in folder where NTKernel dump and counters data is located

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