troubleshooting Question

Malware disabled access to the registry - trying to get access using gpedit.msc - files missing

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Malware disabled access to the windows registry.  I am trying to reset the permissions using gpedit.msc, group policy editor.  None of the files exist on the infected system, and I am trying to copy over what is needed.  However, I am not sure what the full file list is of what I need.  I have been able to get it to load in the Management Console, but I can't get the Administrative Templates/System to show.

Here are the files that I have already brought over:


I registered the DLL's.  What are the other files that I need?
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