Windows 10: Use DISM to Repair Windows 10 Image
Glad to hear you got things sorted!!
hi, im new. in here.
after reading this thread about dism, its similiar like 7, 8 ,8.1..
but the different in windows 10..is i dont have disk image to do repair in limit access at first..so nothing works..in my previous windows..i have all complete with the box it self..lol all of them..
so what i do is..download a windows media creation tools from microsoft..and choose upgrade other pc.
then i choose the same version to my windows 8.1 version..
so it goes..the download..after a while..i got that damn image..i burn it with very low speed..2x
after that i start upgrading inside my windows 8.1 with that disk..everything when smooth..
after the upgrade proceed done..i activated the windows..slmgr /ato..done
then i turn on windows protection witch is not turn on by default..
after all setup is done..i start dism command..with source repair from that image i burn..
result is everything is fixed..so i have perfect installament of windows 10 now..
and about windows update..i dont have a failure update..until now just windows defender update..
thats it..thanks..for a the tutorial...
Neither one of these are valid DISM Commands..
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:K:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:esd:K:\Sources\Install.esd:1 /limitaccess
I have not found any reference to /Source:wim: or /Source:esd:
Normally the /source = the mounted image (mounted install.wim)
Go first page (Page 1) of this thread and see/read Number 6:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:wim:D:\sources\install.wim:1 /limitaccess
(the D: in this or the K: in mine have to be replaced with your drive letter - mine was K
Quite a few people had this update failure - me included - even though it was already installed - the failure was in that it kept trying to re-install - however - after doing the Windows Media Creation Tool re-install - I have not had any further trouble with this! Glad to hear that you have had no trouble bayustev.
As for your W10 install method I am not sure I fully understand this - my technical knowledge is sadly very limited - but you seem to have found a unique way of doing this W10 install (by re-installing W8.1?) - also using Windows Media Creation Tool! Well great you got the install done without problems.
Your Powershell commands have errors, also they show different from the commands you give in the screenshots.
I tried to check my sources using the DVD, but the disc doesn't ever spin up when I do this. Am I doing something wrong?
Is the install.wim file on the disc even readable?
Thank you. The screenshots are correct, and the commands have been corrected.
It's best to have the ISO with the install.wim file on the hard drive if able.
I'm having problems with my Windows 10 Pro 64, which I get, upgrading from Windows 7.
SFC and DISM are not working for me.
I have read your refresh windows image tutorial but for this I will have to install all my programs, etc.
So, I have seen this "upgrade from windows 10 to windows 10 again" that I assume will preserve all data and programs, right?
How can I do this? Do I need the windows key or it is like the upgrade from Windows 7?
Jorge Martins said:
don't know if this helps but on Page 6 (Post: #58) I describe roughly the process I went through to "upgrade from windows 10 to windows 10 again". I described in #58 how at a certain point I got to a (I think) purplish screen (or some such colour) where you get asked to put in your Windows key - at this point I got unsure because I was worried that if I entered the key I would get a new (clean) install (did not know for sure if this was the case, but didn't want to take the chance)... I think you will find the rest in my #58 Post. (you do first need to download a W10 System copy onto a Flash - I think mine was 4GB which was large enough - but NOTE: it will delete anything else on the drive - best use a clean Flash) AND NO, doing it my way I did not enter my Key anywhere (just kind of repaired the old W10 - and kept all my stuff). Check out the whole 7 Pages for other details that might help. Good Luck!
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