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If you receive error messages such as 87, 112, 11, 50, 2, 3, 87, 1726, 1393, 0x800f081f when using the built-in Windows 10 DISM tool, these general troubleshooting suggestions may help.
If a Windows image becomes unusable, you can use the DISM (Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management) tool to update the files and resolve the problem. In case of system inconsistencies and damage, corrupted Windows update files, etc., you can run the DISM tool with the available switches. But if the attempt fails, you may need to find out why it happened. Such errors usually occur when you use parameter /restorehealth – but they can also occur with other parameters.
1] Open a high command prompt and execute the following command to update the DISM tool:
0x800f0906 dism.exe /image:C : Clean image/backward actions
This will cancel all pending tasks, including Windows updates. It is recommended to boot offline and run a recovery prompt.
2] Then execute the following command :
0x800f0906 dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
This cleans the memory of the component so that everything works again correctly.
3] Restart and run sfc /scannow in safe mode.
Restart your system and see if you can execute the following command :
0x800f0906dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
This should help!
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- Correct DISM error 0x800f0906.
- DISM fails under Windows 10, source files could not be found.
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