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DISM /restoreHealth failes with error: 0x800f081f


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#1
after updating to 8.1u1, i'm running "dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth" and I get the following:

C:\Windows\Logs\DISM>dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.17031
Image Version: 6.3.9600.17031
[==========================100.0%==========================]
The restore operation failed. Either the repair source was not found or the comp
onent store cannot be repaired.
Error: 0x800f081f
DISM failed. No operation was performed.
For more information, review the log file.
The DISM log file can be found at C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log

*********************

relevant bits from it seem to be:
Checking System Update Readiness.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16438_none_b24310b3f6c19eb0\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16476_none_b215d06ff6e3dbc6\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16408_none_b2638077f6a94add\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.
Summary:
Operation: Detect and Repair
Operation result: 0x0
Last Successful Step: Entire operation completes.
Total Detected Corruption: 3
CBS Manifest Corruption: 0
CBS Metadata Corruption: 0
CSI Manifest Corruption: 0
CSI Metadata Corruption: 0
CSI Payload Corruption: 3
Total Repaired Corruption: 0
CBS Manifest Repaired: 0
CSI Manifest Repaired: 0
CSI Payload Repaired: 0
CSI Store Metadata refreshed: True


==========================================

is this something I can repair from my original 8.1 Pro ISO, either as ISO or extracted? The setup event logs mentions 3 errors, so presumably this is the issue.

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RonnieJP

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#2
I'm having the same error on my 32-bit system that I just updated last night.
I don't understand most of the text in my DISM log, but after the text, the remaining 90% of the log is filled with what appears to be Chinese characters, with some binary characters interspersed. The log is over 1.2mb in size.
However, what's interesting is that the SFC /SCANNOW command shows no corrupted files.
I've seen a few posts on various forums about this, with no definitive resolutions.
 

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Same error here - after updating Windows 8.1 Update 1. At least I got it installed - more than I can say about my other pc which goes into loop of installing to 99% then undoes the whole thing. What a piece of crap!
 
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#6
yeah, I tried this, too.

some of the things i've tried:
1) changed ownership of those 3 directories & perms so i could copy the missing DLL from another 8.1u1 installation, no dice
2) did a /resetbase, which removes them entirely (i'm not uninstalling any updates)
3) shared out the \windows\WinSxS directory on a good installation & tried /restorehealth specifying that as the source
4) same thing after extracting 8.1u1 ISO & specifying it as source
5) some deal I found on MS forums where you rename ..\system32\catroot2 & ..\softwareDistribution downloads

nothing works. I just find others with same issue. I spent hours on this last night.
 

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#7
It's probably no consolation to you but it works for me:

sfc_dism_sfc_2.jpg
 

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(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16438_none_b24310b3f6c19eb0\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16476_none_b215d06ff6e3dbc6\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.
(p) CSI Payload Corrupt wow64_microsoft-windows-directui_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.16408_none_b2638077f6a94add\Windows.UI.Xaml.dll
Repair failed: Missing replacement payload.


is this something I can repair from my original 8.1 Pro ISO, either as ISO or extracted? The setup event logs mentions 3 errors, so presumably this is the issue.
The files mentioned on my system show as being modified on 4/5 or 4/5, so unless you have the 8.1.1 .iso or another system with those files, you may have to depend on the Windows Update.

I was wondering if the Update server is being restricted right now by either traffic or intentionally, to allow for distribution of Update 1.

Just for the heck of it, you might run the command below to see what it might show. On my system it gives some numbers and says a Store Cleanup is Recommended. I would ignore that since my last cleanup happened with the Update 1 install.

dism /online /Cleanup-image /AnalyzeComponentStore

C:\Windows\system32>dism /online /Cleanup-image /AnalyzeComponentStore

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.17031

Image Version: 6.3.9600.17031

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

Component Store (WinSxS) information:

Windows Explorer Reported Size of Component Store : 6.04 GB

Actual Size of Component Store : 5.95 GB

Shared with Windows : 4.49 GB
Backups and Disabled Features : 1004.07 MB
Cache and Temporary Data : 483.44 MB

Date of Last Cleanup : 2014-04-09 13:59:14

Number of Reclaimable Packages : 34
Component Store Cleanup Recommended : Yes

The operation completed successfully.
 

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weird thing is that sfc /scannow works & comes back as 100% successful. It's only the DISM stuff that fails. I worry about getting updates going forward. I'd hate to rebuild, I built this machine only in late December, & I don't install a bunch of crap on it. So I have 8.1.1, but I want everything in a healthy state.

I did run the /AnalyzeComponentStore & it comes back OK. It's only the /restoreHealth where I have issues.
 

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dencal

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You could try this.
Restart computer while holding down Shift Key...this brings up "Option Menu".
Click on "Troubleshoot" then "Advanced Options" then "System Image Recovery".
This solves a multitude of problems without affecting files etc.
 

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RonnieJP

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I had done a Disk Cleanup, including Windows Update system files. I wonder if that could be causing my DISM error 0x800f081f ? Perhaps doig the disk cleanup removed the source files needed to restore the image?

C:\>dism /online /Cleanup-image /AnalyzeComponentStore

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.17031

Image Version: 6.3.9600.17031

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

Component Store (WinSxS) information:

Windows Explorer Reported Size of Component Store : 5.80 GB

Actual Size of Component Store : 5.48 GB

Shared with Windows : 3.17 GB
Backups and Disabled Features : 1.50 GB
Cache and Temporary Data : 829.43 MB

Date of Last Cleanup : 2014-03-11 19:55:35

Number of Reclaimable Packages : 0
Component Store Cleanup Recommended : No

The operation completed successfully.
 

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RonnieJP

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Another thing I'd like to put out there. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm sure I read that this update would reduce the size of the Windows OS footprint so it would work on tablets with only 16GB of storage. My used disk space actually increased by about 3GB after the 8.1 update. That's why I did the disk cleanup after the update, but it only "said" it removed about 500MB. The 3GB extra used space is after the cleanup.
 

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i tried booting into safe mode with networking, same thing. What's funny is a while ago there was an article on ZDNet saying the best Windows PCs were iMacs/Macbooks using BootCamp, just because the hardware is better quality. Well, i have an iMac and a Macbook, & both are running Windows 8.1.1 under VMware Fusion, & neither has this problem. So even the OS runs better on a Mac! Sheesh.
 

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Did anyone find a solution for this thread yet? (SFC fine DISM not)
 

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RonnieJP

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You could try this.
Restart computer while holding down Shift Key...this brings up "Option Menu".
Click on "Troubleshoot" then "Advanced Options" then "System Image Recovery".
This solves a multitude of problems without affecting files etc.
Thanks, but doesn't that just restore your entire PC to the point when you created the image using Windows Backup, assuming you made one? I use a 3rd party disk imaging program and I certainly can restore my entire PC to a date before the Windows 8.1 Update 1, but I think that's a little too aggressive for a problem that only affects the DISM restore health command. My guess is that it's a problem on Microsoft's server end, where some files to repair the component store are just not available from Windows Update. I may restore an older image to a spare hard drive just to see if the DSIM problem actually happened during the update.
 

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RonnieJP

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OK, I just restored a complete disk image, that I had made just minutes prior to installing the Windows 8.1 Update 1, to a spare test drive. I booted up with the test drive and ran the DISM command:

C:\>DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.16384

Image Version: 6.3.9600.16384

[==========================100.0%==========================]
The restore operation completed successfully. The component store corruption was
repaired.
The operation completed successfully.


So, I did not get the DISM failed error: 0x800f081f before the update. I just wanted to confirm and make certain that the DISM restore health failure was precipitated by the 8.1 update - indeed it was!
 

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OK, I just restored a complete disk image, that I had made just minutes prior to installing the Windows 8.1 Update 1, to a spare test drive. I booted up with the test drive and ran the DISM command:

C:\>DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.3.9600.16384

Image Version: 6.3.9600.16384

[==========================100.0%==========================]
The restore operation completed successfully. The component store corruption was
repaired.
The operation completed successfully.


So, I did not get the DISM failed error: 0x800f081f before the update. I just wanted to confirm and make certain that the DISM restore health failure was precipitated by the 8.1 update - indeed it was!
OK, so on this pre-update system disk, I ran the Windows 8.1 Update 1 again. Lo and behold, this time the DISM restore health command worked fine with no error. Now I realize that what apparently caused the problem was doing a Disk Cleanup, including system files containing Windows Update files right after the update to reclaim some disk space for my SSD. As long as I don't run Disk Cleanup after the update, all is well.
Afterwards I found a post by another user on a Microsoft forum who did essentially the same thing that I did.

I have exactly the same problem!

The issue arose when I did a "Disk Cleanup" (cleanmgr.exe). I wiped more than 700 Mb worth of Windows Update Backup files.
To check, I restore my Windows 8.1 to a previously full disk saved image.
The DISM /ScanHealth result was : Healthy.
Then I ran the Important Update for a second time this week (large and multiple Important Security Update about 800 Mb).
After a successful update and restart I ran DISM /ScanHealth again and the result was still : Healthy.
Then I did a Disk Cleanup again (cleanmgr.exe). It deleted the Windows Update Backup files again.
The DISM /ScanHealth is now : Repairable.
The DISM /RestoreHealth is now : restore operation failed. Repair source was not found or the comp
onent store cannot be repaired.

When I run SFC /Scannow, there is no corruption, but if (or rather WHEN) it will happen, DISM or Repair-WindowsImage will not be able to fix it, I'm afraid.
Microsoft, the ball is in your camp to fix this. Good luck to us!

So, for those of you who only have this problem of the DISM restore health command failing with error 0x800f081f, did you also happen to run disk cleanup after you did the upgrade?
 

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    Intel D975XBX2
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dencal

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#19
You could try this.
Restart computer while holding down Shift Key...this brings up "Option Menu".
Click on "Troubleshoot" then "Advanced Options" then "System Image Recovery".
This solves a multitude of problems without affecting files etc.
Thanks, but doesn't that just restore your entire PC to the point when you created the image using Windows Backup, assuming you made one? I use a 3rd party disk imaging program and I certainly can restore my entire PC to a date before the Windows 8.1 Update 1, but I think that's a little too aggressive for a problem that only affects the DISM restore health command. My guess is that it's a problem on Microsoft's server end, where some files to repair the component store are just not available from Windows Update. I may restore an older image to a spare hard drive just to see if the DSIM problem actually happened during the update.
In my particular case I purchased on line an W8 ISO from Microsoft....having already updated to W8.1... I encountered a problem that sfc /scannow could not fix....As far as I can tell this method only corrects faults in the directory, and this did not return me back to W8....Everything else remained exactly the same after apart from a successful scannow report.
 

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#20
You could try this.
Restart computer while holding down Shift Key...this brings up "Option Menu".
Click on "Troubleshoot" then "Advanced Options" then "System Image Recovery".
This solves a multitude of problems without affecting files etc.
Has anyone else tried this - and, did it work? If so, what did you use as source files, etc. Is there a tutorial how to run this without losing programs, etc.? I am a little confused and unsure.
 

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    HP AMD Phenom II X4 810
    Motherboard
    FOXCONN ALOE
    Memory
    8 GBytes
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI/AMD Radeon HD 42
    Sound Card
    ATI/AMD SB600 - High
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Dell SE198WFP
    Screen Resolution
    1440 x 900
    Hard Drives
    Seagate ST3750528AS
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