Fix DISM Errors 87, 112, 11, 50, 2, 3, 87,1726, 1393, 0x800f081f

If when you run the built-in Windows 10 DISM tool, you receive an error message codes like 87, 112, 11, 50, 2, 3, 87,1726, 1393, 0x800f081f, then these general troubleshooting suggestions may help you fix the problem.

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. In the case of system inconsistencies and corruptions, corrupted Windows Update files, etc., you can run the DISM tool by using the Cleanup-Image functionality along with the available switches. But if the effort fails, you may need to find out why this happened. Such errors are usually faced when you use the /restorehealth parameter – but could appear when you use other parameters as well.

DISM error

Fix DISM Error

1] Open an elevated command prompt window and execute the following command to refresh the DISM tool:

dism.exe /image:C: /cleanup-image /revertpendingactions

This will revert all pending tasks including Windows Updates. It is recommended that you boot offline and then run it a recovery command prompt.

2] Next, execute the following command:

dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup

This will clean up the component store so that everything can run properly again.

3] Restart and then Run sfc /scannow in Safe Mode.

Restart your system and see if you can run the following command now:

dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

This should help!

TIPS:

  1. Our freeware FixWin 10 for Windows 10, lets you repair the Windows Component Store, with a click.
  2. Windows Software Repair Tool from Microsoft will repair system components and detect corrupt files, resync System date and Time, reset System Settings, reinstall System Applications and run the DISM Tool to repair system image, with a click.

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  1. Fix DISM Error 0x800f0906.
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