Solved DISM says component store reparable, but attempt to repair is stuck at 62.3%


cytherian

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Back story: I've been having a memory problem that periodically triggers a BSOD. Windows 11 has generally been really good at recovering. I'm waiting for replacement RAM that UEFI testing found faulty.

Meanwhile, I ran SFC /scannow and found that the component store has many errors in it. I've run DISM before, with success. But this time? I just can't get beyond "dism.exe /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth". It progresses to 62.3% and then just hangs. After an hour, I just presumed it'll never complete and then aborted.

I have searched online and this number is apparently a frequent occurrence. But a viable solution is fleeting. So many recommendations given on different things to do, but I find none of it working. In fact, my component store is bad enough that running Windows 11 23H2 ISO image repair fails to complete, forcing a rollback.

Do I really need to wait longer, like multiple hours? Or is there some fault in play that won't let it complete? Is there a way to just do a complete brute-force refresh of the component store, to ensure all faults are gone?

I tried going the route of Windows 11 update for 23H2, but when I attempt it, I get this error: Download error - 0x80248007.
 

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Have you tried running DISM in safe mode?


Do I really need to wait longer, like multiple hours?
No, it should be done in max 20 or so minutes.
 

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Try selecting Command Prompt and hit Enter key to see that will help or execute Dism command from recovery environment.

If Windows 10 or Windows 11 has missing or corrupted system files, in this video, i will guide you how to repair the corrupted system files using the DISM and SFC command tools from Windows Recovery Environment.

 

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Have you tried running DISM in safe mode?



No, it should be done in max 20 or so minutes.
I hadn't... but I'm now trying to boot to safe mode to do this, but the commands given in that link are failing.

bcdedit /set "Windows 11" safeboot minimal
--> The integer data is not valid as specified.
--> Run "bcdedit /?" for command line assistance.
--> The parameter is incorrect.
 

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Hi, Cytherian.

It certainly should not take hours.


This is just me, so take it with a grain of salt... I would first run sfc /scannow, then run DISM command ~ Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup > reboot > and run sfc /scannow again. And see what the result is.

Personally, I have never once had a need to run the 'Restorehealth' command.

Wishing you the best.
 

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@cytherian
I can't help with the commands but does option 1 or 2 from tutorial not work?
 

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@cytherian
I can't help with the commands but does option 1 or 2 from tutorial not work?
I was able to finally figure out that {default} was the preferred value (not "Windows 11"). But the bcdedit commands still failed. Thus, what I did was to run a command to force a shutdown and boot into command prompt. "shutdown /r /o /f /t 00"

The trouble is, in that state... SFC /scannow and DISM behave differently. SFC could not complete beyond 60% of validation. DISM does not recognize option "/cleanup-image". That boot into command prompt must cut back on some privileges, which interfere with these commands.
 

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Hi, Cytherian.

It certainly should not take hours.


This is just me, so take it with a grain of salt... I would first run sfc /scannow, then run DISM command ~ Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup > reboot > and run sfc /scannow again. And see what the result is.

Personally, I have never once had a need to run the 'Restorehealth' command.

Wishing you the best.
Thanks. I had run SFC /SCANNOW and it did find issues. But the DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth gave a prognosis that the component store was reparable. In the past I have run "RestoreHealth" and it worked with no problems. I've rebooted my problem computer and it's presently in a "Diagnosing your PC" mode (going on 20 minutes). But once done I'll try the /StartComponentCleanup. Do you know about the /ResetBase option as well? I'm going to leave that off, just in case, but it's in my notes from the last time I used DISM commands.
 

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Option one in the tutorial should get you to safe mode without having to use any commands.
Once you get to safe mode and logged in click on Start and type CMD in the search bar. Select CMD (admin) on the right. Run 'restorehealth' and 'sfc' there.
 

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@cytherian
my mistake sorry, dism should not be run in safe mode.
I've just tested on my pc and it doesn't work because it can't find sources.
 

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@cytherian
my mistake sorry, dism should not be run in safe mode.
I've just tested on my pc and it doesn't work because it can't find sources.
Didn't check that, only sfc. (y)
 

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Question hardware guys. I'm curious why would it be advisable for this poster to keep running dism if he knows his ram is bad. From what he said it looks like he's known it for a while and used dism multiple times but his situation has continued to degrade further. All the commands in the world won't fix a hardware problem so isn't doing so just beating a dead horse and just maybe (possibly)creating a corruption problem once the defective hardware is replaced? Inquiring minds want to know.
 

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Option one in the tutorial should get you to safe mode without having to use any commands.
Once you get to safe mode and logged in click on Start and type CMD in the search bar. Select CMD (admin) on the right. Run 'restorehealth' and 'sfc' there.
OK. I rebooted again, and this time I managed to restart in full safe mode (not command prompt). From there I could run SFC /scannow and DISM. The scanhealth flag worked and completed successfully. Running the StartComponentCleanup flag now... and YES, it just indicated that it completed successfully. I'm going to boot back to normal mode and then run SFC /scannow again to see if errors are cleared.

Should all of this progress be preserved when booting back to normal mode (not safe mode)?
 

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    i7-10610U
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    32Gb
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    Intel UHD 1GB
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    0
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    Samsung SSD 1TB
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    Logitech MX Master Mouse
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    Windows 10 v. 22H2, Build 19045.3448
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    HP / Pavilion 15-ab010nr
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    AMD A10-8700P, 10 Core 4C+6G, 1800Mhz, 2 cores, 4 logical processors
    Memory
    16GB
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    AMD Radeon R6 Graphics, 512MB RAM
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    Logitech MX Master
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Question hardware guys. I'm curious why would it be advisable for this poster to keep running dism if he knows his ram is bad. From what he said it looks like he's known it for a while and used dism multiple times but his situation has continued to degrade further. All the commands in the world won't fix a hardware problem so isn't doing so just beating a dead horse and just maybe (possibly)creating a corruption problem once the defective hardware is replaced? Inquiring minds want to know.
That's a good question. I had issues with HP support validating the sending of replacement RAM for a 2nd time (it's a long story--the first replacement wasn't the same as original memory specs and my notebook refused to boot--couldn't even get to the BIOS). SO, I'm going to send in the notebook for them to handle it. I created a special account for the HP support team so I wanted to fix things enough so that the notebook can boot up.
 

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    Windows 11 v. 22H2, Build 22621.2283
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    i7-10610U
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    32Gb
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    Intel UHD 1GB
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    0
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    Samsung SSD 1TB
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    Windows 10 v. 22H2, Build 19045.3448
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    HP / Pavilion 15-ab010nr
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    AMD A10-8700P, 10 Core 4C+6G, 1800Mhz, 2 cores, 4 logical processors
    Memory
    16GB
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    AMD Radeon R6 Graphics, 512MB RAM
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    1366x768
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    Samsung SSD EVO 860 1TB
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    Logitech MX Master
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    Chrome, Opera, Edge
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    Windows Defender
OK, good news. The SFC /scannow has confirmed.

My save point recovery had brought me back to 22H2, and before when I tried to use Windows Update to roll forward to 23H2, it would immediately fail. And I think that must've been something to do with the component store errors. I just now ran Windows Update and it did complete this time.

Anyway, the only way I could recover was running bcdedit to configure for safe mode (not command prompt only). From that mode, DISM would run in an elevated command prompt and allow using flag /StartComponentCleanup. That seems to have done the trick. Thanks to everyone here for their advice and assistance on this!
 

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    i7-10610U
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    32Gb
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    Intel UHD 1GB
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    0
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    Samsung SSD 1TB
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    Logitech MX Master Mouse
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    Windows 10 v. 22H2, Build 19045.3448
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    HP / Pavilion 15-ab010nr
    CPU
    AMD A10-8700P, 10 Core 4C+6G, 1800Mhz, 2 cores, 4 logical processors
    Memory
    16GB
    Graphics card(s)
    AMD Radeon R6 Graphics, 512MB RAM
    Screen Resolution
    1366x768
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    Samsung SSD EVO 860 1TB
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    Logitech MX Master
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    Chrome, Opera, Edge
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    Windows Defender
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