WMI returns 98 percent value while querying LoadPercentage property in Windows 2000. What about this issue?

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

WMI returns 98 percent value while querying LoadPercentage property in Windows 2000. What about this issue?

Created 2005-06-23 by Hamid Ali Raja

The CPU monitor of MonitorWare Agent uses the Windows WMI System to query the CPU and memory related information from system. On Windows 2000, there is a known Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) bug that reports continuously 98% of CPU usage. In this case you will need to install a Microsoft Hotfix to solve the issue.

You can get more details about this WMI bug and hotfix from the following link:

WMI Return Value

Export settings to a registry file

Tuesday, June 14th, 2005

Export settings to a registry file

Created        2005-06-14 by Hamid Ali Raja
Last Updated 2006-04-27 by Timm Herget

How can I export my settings to a registry file?

To export your settings to a registry file, please do the steps described below.
Please note that you do NOT use the binary registryfile export-option!

Step 1

Go to Computer menu and click Export Settings to Registry-file.

Step 2

After step 1, you are shown a window as shown below to name and save your Registry file at your desired location. Please choose your file name and location where you want to save it.

Step 3

If you have some zipping software installed, right click on the saved file and zip it, as shown below:

Step 4

Send us the zipped file.

Note: You may be reluctant to send the registry file because of security reasons. We recommend you to review the contents of the registry file with notepad or any other text editor for security purposes.