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Control panel admin tools all gone

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All the icons in the computer administration part of the control panel have gone - the folder itself exists but it is empty.

All the other control panel bits are fine.

Is there an easy way of getting these back - I just need the computer manager so that I can administer local users and disks, view event logs etc?

Thanks
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What happens when you go to the admin tool from the start menu?
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1) Try an  sfc /scannow and see if this helps.

2) Try to logon as administrator.

3) Try to use the Mange option by right clicking My Computer.

I hope this helps !
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Right-click on a blank area on the Quick Launch toolbar and choose Properties.  Click on the Advanced tab and check Display Administrative Tools.
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Hi,

Try this option if you can!

Goto My Computer and click C:\winnt\system32 and find the file lusrmgr.

You can administer with the users account.

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This question was already answered here :
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This question was already answered as i said above.
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