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    Local group missing after windows 11 update. how i fix it

    by 霍皇江 ·

    hello, Local group missing after windows 11 update.

    how can id do? Please help me.

    I have 100 of my software installed on my computer and I don’t want to erase the data and reinstall it completely.

    I tried to keep the data and reinstall the system, but the problem didn’t work out.

    I’ve reviewed the transcript of the incident, and there are no obvious errors.

    Folder Windows.old was deleted by me and cannot be restored。

    I tried to keep the data and reinstall the system, but the problem didn’t work out.
    now, Please how can i do ?

    Since I have over 100 software installed, I don’t want to wipe all the data before installing the system, I need software that retains user data.

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      Reply To: Local group missing after windows 11 update. how i fix it

      by damonsalvatorev975 ·

      In reply to Local group missing after windows 11 update. how i fix it

      I’m unable to do this please provide me proper solution to do this.

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      Reply To: Local group missing after windows 11 update. how i fix it

      by akhiyanijaip ·

      In reply to Local group missing after windows 11 update. how i fix it

      It sounds like you are missing the Local group after updating to Windows 11, and you have already tried reinstalling the system without success. Here are some possible solutions to try:

      Use the Command Prompt to create a new Local group:

      Press the Windows key + X and select “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu.
      Type the following command and press Enter: net localgroup Administrators /add Local
      This will create a new Local group with administrator privileges.
      Use the Computer Management tool to create a new Local group:

      Press the Windows key + X and select “Computer Management” from the menu.
      Expand “Local Users and Groups” in the left-hand pane.
      Right-click “Groups” and select “New Group.”
      Name the group “Local” and give it administrator privileges.
      Check if the Local group is hidden:

      Open the Start menu and type “cmd.”
      Right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator.”
      Type the following command and press Enter: net localgroup
      Look for the “Local” group in the list. If it’s there but hidden, you can unhide it using the following command: net localgroup Local /hidden:no
      If none of these solutions work, you may need to contact Microsoft support for further assistance. Before doing so, you should backup all of your important data to ensure that it is not lost in the event of a system reinstall.

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