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zorro1

[Help] dism error [HRESULT = 0x80070005 - E_ACCESSDENIED]

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zorro1    0

Hello

Sorry for my English.

I have a problem of integration of the KB with dism error [hrESULT = 0x80070005 - E_ACCESSDENIED]. I attached my log file.

the drivers is integrate without problems.

do you have an idea?

Thank you

dism_log.zip

Edited by zorro1

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Tripredacus    285

Can you post some of the commands that give these errors? Also what is your OS source you are working with? Is it a stock install.wim or what?

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myselfidem    5

Are you customizing Windows 7 Ultimate SP0 or SP1?

You can try to set your msu updates inside D:\Updates

Inside your Dism.log

Host machine information: OS Version=6.1.7601, Running architecture=x86, Number of processors=4

dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:d:\win7\sources\install.wim /index:5 /MountDir:d:\zmountdir

c:\Windows\system32\DISM.exe /image:d:\ZMOUNTDIR /add-package /packagepath:e:\WIN7\hotfix\hotfix\32\ie8

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maxXPsoft    27

Processing 1 of 1 - Adding package C:\zPackage\Windows6.1-KB2482017-x64.msu

[==========================100.0%==========================]

The operation completed successfully.

Unmount your image, run these from a admin cmd prompt. You may have to Takeownership to the mount folder

C:\Windows\System32\Dism /Cleanup-Wim

Echo Y | REG DELETE "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WIMMount\Mounted Images"

RD D:\zMountDir /s /q

reboot and try again

Never ever leave an image mounted and shutdown your PC

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marcusj0015    0

i'm getting the same error code, while trying to remove packages forom my custom SP1 wim, i had disabled UAC, but now it's enabled again, why can't you reboot with an image mounted?

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maxXPsoft    27

i'm getting the same error code, while trying to remove packages forom my custom SP1 wim, i had disabled UAC, but now it's enabled again, why can't you reboot with an image mounted?

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744382%28WS.10%29.aspx

After you update the image, you must unmount it and either commit or discard the changes you have made.

I found this by a power outage I had trouble and got errors. Simple, follow the rules, unmount and save or discard and remount again when needed.

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marcusj0015    0

yeah, i do that, i was just wondering why it's required

i keep getting error 87 with this command: DISM /Image:C:\Mount\ /Remove-Package /PackageName:"C:\Mount\Windows\servicing\packages\Microsoft-Hyper-V-Common-Drivers-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.7601.17514.mum"

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maxXPsoft    27

Because it is not one of the things you can remove except by extreme measures like mentioned in the other post.

from my Right Click .wim. run this on a mounted image changing path as needed

cmd /c C:\Windows\System32\Dism /image:C:\zMountDir /Get-Drivers /all > %%userprofile%%\Desktop\zDrivers.txt && C:\Windows\System32\Dism /image:C:\zMountDir /Get-Packages > %%userprofile%%\Desktop\zPackagelist.txt && C:\Windows\System32\Dism /image:C:\zMountDir /Get-Features > %%userprofile%%\Desktop\zFeatures.txt

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