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Is dism Win 7 only?

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Just wanted to check if dism is windows 7 only or not. I been trying to integrate updates and hotfixes for vista sp2 wim file but it always gives me the 0x2 error when I try. I am doing the package path switch with the .msu files. I have tried with just cab files and still it does not work. Just wanted to know is there some limitation on this or do I have to find an older version of the waik to do sp2 images?

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No. DISM.EXE v. 6.1.7100.0 runs OK even on XP SP3.

Not what it runs on but what it can service. I know it cant do anything xp since xp has no wim files. I am talking about the wim files it can service.

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ive tried using W7 WAIK and Vista wim, that didnt work.

Havent tried DISM that comes with W7 but guessing its the same.

Yup post the log!

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DISM works with Vista >=Sp1 Images, not Vista RTM.

W7 DISM/WAIK?

I tried on Vista SP2

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yes, DISM works, it internally calls the pkgmgr from the Vista Image. This works since Vista Sp1. Look at the WAIK help.

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