This is an issue I’ve had a few times and when you look around on the forums you see multiple answers. I dism.exe /online /get-drivers /? the right one on an obscure forum that I can’t think of right now. Use the correct version of DISM to service the image.
They must be in the same “generation”. We are in the process of switching our primary OS for new systems to Windows 8. As I build my images the old fashioned I tend to forget a few things from time to time. In this case I built the image without installing the . So I’m following the instructions to get a refresher on the procedure and I hit this error. After googling a bit I find little to nothing about what this error even means. I get the idea of the error.
DISM cannot service the image, but why? Solution: I had a moment of clarity and realized that my host OS is a version lower than the version of image I’m servicing. When I put the full path of the newer version in the command the image installed the features requested. Below is a screenshot of the correct path and command. This solved a similar issue for me using the Windows 10 ADK. I’m having this error as well.
I have a driver I can’t inject into a windows 10 boot image. I am at my wit’s end. How is it that other network card drivers inject into my boot images fine and this one won’t? Everything I am seeing online suggests I am running the wrong version of dism. If you created the rule to protect the system from malware then you will need to temporarily disable it by changing it to unrestricted. Then run the command again and it should proceed as it should. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm.
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