"Check %programfiles%\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin for wpt_*.msi. Then run the appropriate installer for the WPT."
Yeah I installed Windows 7 SDK ( link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=71DEB800-C591-4F97-A900-BEA146E4FAE1&displaylang=en , and I downloaded GRMSDK_EN_DVD.iso )
and installed "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin\wpt_x86.msi" on my Windows XP SP3 machine, but there's only "WPF Performance Suite" installed.
The installed files that I could found were:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\WPF Performance Suite\WpfPerf.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\WPF Performance Suite\WpfPerf_managed.exe
[DLLs] - Path is same as above executables - "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\WPF Performance Suite"
Please let me know, why "XPerf" is missing from this SDK (is that my mistake?).
I even searched whole my hard disk but it didn't exist(xperf.exe, xperfview.exe).
AND one more thing!
I found "xperfview.exe" in the Windows Logo Kit Controller installed machine(Windows Server 2003 R2) and ran it, but nothing happened.
I copied the whole folder to Windows XP SP3 and ran it again but nothing happened, too.
Are there conditions to run it?
Windows Performance Analysis Tools
These tools are designed for measuring and analyzing system and application performance on Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and later.Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What OS releases is Performance Analyzer supported on? A: Performance Analyzer is supported on Windows Vista and later releases.
Q: Can I use Performance Analyzer on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003? A: Unfortunately, the answer is 'no'. ...
- Proposed as answer by Andre.ZieglerMicrosoft community contributor Wednesday, February 24, 2010 1:48 AM
After installing the Win7 SDK on D:\ drive, I can find them here:
d:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin\wpt_ia64.msi < for Itanium CPU
d:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin\wpt_x64.msi < for 64 bit OS
d:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Bin\wpt_x86.msi < for 32 bit OS
Pick the one for your OS/machine combination and install it.
After you install it, you can find xperf.exe here:
D:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\xperf.exe
D:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\xperfview.exe
I installed the wpt_x64.msi, since I have Win7 64 bit as my OS.
Hope this helps
Can anybody actually find an answer to the OP problem?
I'm having the same problem on a "supported platform"
The WPT_x86.msi installs to ...Program files/Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit\WPF Performance Suite
It DOES NOT install anything to the ..Program Files\Microsoft Windows Performance Toolkit
folder other than the afore mentioned folder.
* EULA.Microsoft.Windows.Performance.Toolkit.rtf * GPUView * HeapAction_CullFunctionsExample.txt * KernelTraceControl.dll * KernelTraceControl.h * README.txt * WPF Performance Suite * WaitClassification_ImportantThreadStartFunctions.t xt * WaitClassification_WatchFunctions.txt * WaitClassification_WatchLocks.txt * WindowsPerformanceToolkit.chm * dbghelp.dll * hwpower2etw.exe * hwpower2etw.ini * perf_heap.dll * perf_nt.dll * perf_nt_c.dll * perf_nt_g.dll * perf_onoff.dll * perf_onoff_c.dll * perf_onoff_g.dll * perf_tdh.dll * perfcore.dll * perfcore.ini * perfctrl.dll * perfg.dll * symsrv.dll * xbootmgr.exe * xbootmgr.log * xbootmgrSleep.exe * xperf.exe * xperfview.exe ../GPUView: * EventsForStackTrace.txt * GPUview.chm * log.cmd * GPUView.docx * README.txt * GPUView.exe * SymbolSearchPath.txt tplugins * AEplugin.dll * DxPlugin.dll * FWplugin.dll * MFplugin.dll * DWMplugin.dll * Dxgkplugin.dll * KMFDplugin.dll * NTplugin.dll ../GPUView/tplugins: * CoreTplugin.dll * ../GPUView/plugins
are all missing from the install.
I have verified this by installing the whole SDK suite first, by installing only the WPT, by extracting the WPT from the iso and by installing the Development tools via a web installer.
Does anybody have an answer or even an older version of xperf or the SDK that does have these needed files?
That's not right.
offer #1. You CAN use XPERF from within WinXP if you'd just copy the files from your installation on a Vista (or norther) windows.
Take a look here
offer #2. There's another trick to manipulate the installation and get xperf files. The idea is to mount the
'Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4' (ISO)
(download the iso http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=35aeda01-421d-4ba5-b44b-543dc8c33a20)
and extract the files out of it. That guy did it .
- Proposed as answer by MIchaaeelll Friday, November 26, 2010 12:09 PM