1. go to Admin->System->Configuration->Developer, find the ‘Profiler’ option in the ‘Debug’ section and enable it (set to ‘Yes’).
2. edit index.php and uncomment out the following line:
The proper way to disable a module:
Go to app/etc/modules. Here you can find the list of *.xml files.
Each of them is corresponding to some extension. If you open some of the files with a text editor, you will see the following line there:
To disable the extension just change the parameter inside the ‘active’ node to FALSE in the following manner:
Remember, that’s the correct universal way to disable an extension. Do not use Admin->System->Configuration->Advanced admin page to turn off the extensions. It’s a common mistake since this tool does not disable an extension – it only disables the extension’s output. It might cause a lot of problems on your store.