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  1.    22 Nov 2015 #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by i2000s View Post
    @Cybershaman, thank you very much on your detailed input!... Anyway, thank you again for your trials and suggestions!
    You're very welcome! Glad I could add something to the conversation!
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  2.    01 Jul 2016 #22
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    Thank you so much for all your helped. I had the same issue and with the procedures described here, (with the addition below) the restoration went through okay.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cybershaman View Post
    I found the solution to your dilemma! Yes! There is NO image file for DISM to locate! So... You have to specify the folder of the mounted image instead! BTW you can't just specify a folder that isn't mounted. This is done so that DISM knows that it is looking in a legitimate location for files to work with. See, you can also use DISM to modify files so that you can do cool uber-nerd things like slipstream service packs and add drivers to custom Windows install media. It makes things a wee bit safer since the only places DISM can look for files to work with and manipulate is an actual file, a mounted image of said file, or Windows Update. Anyway, here's the correct command line:

    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:\Mount\Windows /limitaccess

    Hope this helped!

    Edit: I believe the multiple entries you have under your mount info in NTLite are possibly multiple versions of Windows (Pro, Home, etc.). But don't quote me on that. If you have a Windows directory in your mounted folder you should be all set.

    Edit2: Actually, I'm really not sure. Would like to know what the rest of the description says if you slide the line for the source list row over. Maybe then I could tell... :/

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