Probably everything is set up "automatically" and the driver is not running. Is there a plus sign in the title of your copy of the pH after the username? Just in case, check the driver settings:
Note that by default, KProcessHacker only allows connections from processes with SeDebugPrivilege. To allow Process Hacker to show details for all processes when it is not running as administrator:
1. In Registry Editor, navigate to:
2. Under this key, create a key named Parameters if it does not exist.
3. Create a DWORD value named SecurityLevel and set it to 2. If you are not using an official build, you may need to set it to 0 instead.
4. Restart the KProcessHacker3 service (sc stop KProcessHacker3, sc start KProcessHacker3).
Notes: OS command's, like sc needed run use CMD console ("DOS command prompt", "Command prompt"< also Yor can run it use Win+R -> cmd /k <some commands> -> Enter , then use command "exit' and press Enter for close console session).