DISM error 87 is an error message that occurs when you try to use the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool to perform various tasks on your Windows system. DISM is a command-line tool that can help you repair Windows image files, scan and restore system files, manage optional features, and more.
Some of the possible causes and solutions for DISM error 87 are:
– **You are not running the command in an elevated Command Prompt**: DISM commands require administrator privileges to run properly. To fix this, you need to open the Command Prompt as an administrator by pressing the Windows key and typing cmd. Then, right-click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. Then, try to run the DISM command again.
– **You are using an incorrect or poorly formatted command**: DISM commands have specific syntax and parameters that need to be followed exactly. If you misspell a word, forget a space, or use a wrong option, you will get the error 87. To fix this, you need to check the command for any typos or formatting errors. You can also refer to the official documentation or other sources to verify the correct command and its options.
– **You have a corrupt or outdated Windows image file**: DISM commands rely on the Windows image file to perform various operations. If the image file is corrupted or outdated, you will get the error 87. To fix this, you need to update your Windows system to the latest version and make sure there are no pending updates. You can also use the System File Checker (SFC) tool to scan and repair any corrupted system files. To run SFC, open an elevated Command Prompt and type sfc /scannow and press Enter. Wait for the scan to complete and then restart your system.
i. DISM error 0x800f081f occurs when DISM cannot find the source files required to fix the online Windows image. This error can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
* Corrupted installation files
* Inaccessible Windows servers
* Insufficient disk space
If you are getting error code 0x800f081f, there are a few things you can try to fix the problem:
1. **Run the System File Checker (SFC).** The SFC is a tool that can scan for and repair corrupted system files. To run the SFC, open an elevated command prompt and type the following command:
2. **Run the DISM tool.** The DISM tool can scan for and repair Windows image corruption. To run the DISM tool, open an elevated command prompt and type the following command:
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
3. **Check for available updates.** Make sure that you are running the latest version of Windows and that all of your installed updates are up to date. To check for updates, open Windows Update and click on Check for updates.
4. **Free up disk space.** If you are running low on disk space, this can prevent Windows from installing updates. To free up disk space, delete unused files and folders. You can also move some of your files to a cloud storage service like Google Drive or Dropbox.
5. **Scan for malware.** Malware can sometimes corrupt system files and prevent Windows from installing updates. To scan for malware, use a reputable antivirus or anti-malware program.
If you have tried all of the above and you are still getting error code 0x800f081f, you may need to contact Microsoft support for help.
Here are some additional tips to prevent error code 0x800f081f from occurring:
* **Keep your Windows installation up to date.** Microsoft releases new updates for Windows on a regular basis. These updates often include bug fixes and security improvements. To make sure that you are always running the latest version of Windows, open Windows Update and click on Check for updates.
* **Keep your drivers up to date.** Outdated drivers can sometimes cause problems with Windows. To make sure that you have the latest drivers for your hardware, visit the manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers for your device.
* **Back up your data regularly.** If you are experiencing problems with Windows, you may lose data. To prevent data loss, back up your data regularly. You can back up your data to a cloud storage service like Google Drive or Dropbox, or you can back up your data to an external hard drive.
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