Windows 10: DISM Error 0x80f001f...Use Source Option to repair Image
DISM Error 0x80f001f...Use Source Option to repair Image
I just completed a clean install of Windows 10 Pro...all was going fine, but I wanted to run both scf and DISM...
If SFC was not able to repair some or all of the files there are a few options including a repair install from the OS dvd, and DISM (win 8 & UP)
If you are on win 8 and up you can (and should) run DISM if SFC found errors it could not fix
From an DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:elevated command prompt*
Type DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth . (please note the space after "dism", & "online" & "image")
If the repair is successful you may want to re-run SFC just to check.
Have never had this issue before...but I can't seem to be able to direct DISM elevated command to a .iso file:
To run a system file check (SFC)
Go to start
Right click and run as Administrator
(called an elevated command prompt)
If you want to verify and repair the OS type sfc /scannow (note the space between sfc and "/")
If you just want to check (verify only) the OS type sfc /verifyonly (no changes will be made using verify only)
If you get the error message "cannot find source files"you need to have an ISO file mounted and need to specify where it is located with the below command
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:* Where "X" is the drive letter where the ISO is located.* \Sources\Install.wim:1 /LimitAccessSimply change the "X" to the correct drive letter
If you do not have an ISO you can make one.* The instructions are here
*You may have to run this up to 3 times to fix all the problems
When you have finished it will say one of three things
Windows did not find any integrity violations (a good thing)
Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and repaired them (a good thing)
Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some (or all) of them (not a good thing)* If you get this message run DISM as described below..
Thanks, and I also have the DISM log file which I would be more then happy to upload:
Ok just tried this DISM command and it was successful....I should probably reboot and then run SFC again...but am too tired..lol
- Why did you run the Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool?
Generally, we will get this error 0x800F081F when there is any corruption in the system file. Let’s run the system file checker scan and check if there are any corrupt system files.
SFC (System File Checker) is a tool which scans system files and replaces incorrect versions of the system files by using the correct versions.
Refer the following article for more information on using SFC tool to troubleshoot missing or corrupted system files:
You may also try this command and see if it makes any difference.
dism /online /cleanup-image /startcomponentcleanup
Keep us posted on the status of the issue.
I knew that this would be the case....as I have done a ton of online research....with the mysterious DISM (hidden buggy issues) false results..
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I was under the impression that performing a clean install would indeed rectify the Win/SXS issues with corrupted system files..?
Try Option 1 - using the "Image-Health Repair Corrupt Files" link in my sig below..
then select option 0 to create details text file..
please attach that txt file to a post, before doing anything else
Prior to getting your kind (and I'm sure very knowledgeable reply) I ended up doing another clean install of Windows 10 Pro, on my laptop...had some time to kill....lol) but would be more then willing to run your command and will post/attach text file....this is killin' moi..lol!
This MS Answer Community thread had a ton of theories....on 'Corrupted SFC scan results even after clean installs ......mostly on Windows 10 OS....Heck I know that Shaun (Brink) would know the 'real story here!!!!'
Last edited by gahbmwm5; 04 Feb 2016 at 16:35.
Ok, I didn't see any text files on my desktop however have attached a .png stating corruption is repairable..
Option 2: If DISM reports repairable choose option 2....
Very nice program and thanks m8! Kindly advise my next step to settle my 'troubled mind..lol
Apologies, but I just reviewed your READ ME again...and I have to extract Image_Health.zip to root drive....lol
I will get you my DISM text results uploaded shortly and thanks again..
Whoops here is the attached txt file, and once again Kyhi, nice work here and thanks!!
I then ran sfc /scannow and it reported that it found corrupted files, and they were successfully repaired.
Reviewing the DISM.txt file, I see :
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-r..xwddmdriver-wow64-c_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.10586.0_none_3dae054b56911c22\opencl.dll
Outstanding my friend!
Last edited by gahbmwm5; 04 Feb 2016 at 18:24.
The "/source" attempt would have been much more likely to have succeeded if you had downloaded the ISO from Tech Bench - I'm assuming yours came from MCT. The Tech Bench ISO has install.wim in the sources folder rather than the install.esd on the ISO you get from MCT. The failure of install.esd based ISOs to succeed with DISM /source is well known here at TenForums. All this assumes you had the build of ISO that matches the build you currently have installed.
None of this, of course, is intended to take away from the convenience and efficacy of Kyhi's tool.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt (Fixed)
That file is a KNOWN issue and until it is addressed by MS and Nvidia, it remains...
Install.esd is supported by Image-Health
I was having some issues with Cortana on the recently released windows 10, so decided to run a SFC /Scan Now and DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /restorehealth.
DISM Failed with
The source files could not be found.
How to Repair Windows 10 Image using DISM
If a Windows image becomes unserviceable, you can use the Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management (DISM) tool to update the files and correct the problem.
For example, you would use DISM to fix...
I've been trying to repair an error which system file checker gives me, however no matter what I try as it seems, I can't get windows to fix it.
So it begins with sfc /scannow, and when I create the log file, I find this:
I have a laptop that I took the HDD out of and connected it to another Windows 10 machine.
I ran the command
Dism /Image:e:\ /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
but get the error
Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
I am unable to repair some filesystem corruption after upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Both sfc and DISM fail to fix the issues. I've attached the CBS.log and dism.log files if anyone would be willing to help me figure this out, thanks!