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zillah

Windows 7 unable to access "Local Uesrs and Groups"

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Hi

I tried to google for this phrase : windows 7 unable to access "Local Uesrs and Groups",,,,but all I found is related to XP

My issue is I have a standalone windows 7 64 bit, "Local Uesrs and Groups" has a read cross on it

http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?t=33512

http://www.windowsitpro.com/article/tips/q-when-you-attempt-to-access-the-local-users-and-groups-snap-in-in-windows-2000-you-receive-error-loading-type-library-dll-

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Assuming you're logged on as an Administrator, run "lusrmgr.msc" and see what happens.

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Is that Windows the Starter version?

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Is that Windows the Starter version?

Ultimate version

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Might want to run process monitor while attempting to open that msc file (it logs as soon as it's run, so open procmon, repro the issue, then file > save the log quickly). That should at least tell what library it isn't finding as registered properly.

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Might want to run process monitor while attempting to open that msc file (it logs as soon as it's run, so open procmon, repro the issue, then file > save the log quickly). That should at least tell what library it isn't finding as registered properly.

I am going to try what you have suggested.

Sorry for the late reply I was busy and the windows (laptop) that I am having problem with it is not mine, it is for my cousin, therefore I have to get it from him every time I need to check what is recommended by you guys.

Meanwhile this is the property to the Windows OS

http://i40.tinypic.com/nxuty0.png

nxuty0.png

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