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All Activity Home Unattended Windows Discussion & Support Unattended Windows Unattended Windows 7/Server 2008R2 Error ImageX - the system cannot find the file specified Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2001 - Image 192.15 - Check Mounted Edition Notice that the current edition is Ultimate. When we unmount our image with ImageX, we have a choice of either committing the changes (saving the changes that we made in the wim image), or discarding all changes. The following example lists all installed third party drivers in the image I mounted to c:\img.dism /image:c:\img /Get-DriversThe DISM documentation describes commands that are used to retrieve information as "management tasks." http://3swindows.com/the-specified/the-specified-path-is-invalid-c.html

I checked the RPC was started ok.I since ran the Tweaking.com windows repair tool (pro version) and this also fails dism, I noticed on test 29. To do that we will enter the following command: imagex /info c:\images\install.wim (imagex /info ‘image source'). BTW, this error happens on both computers I have Macrium on (trying to mount the same image full and incremental).Both computers win7 ULT x64, one has 24gb ram, other 8gb.VHD is Related Categories WindowsTags Windows 7 Post navigation Prepare for Windows 7 Image Capture Create WinPE Using WAIK for Windows 7 3 thoughts on “Mount and Unmount Windows 7 Image Using ImageX

Error 161 The Specified Path Is Invalid

We will browse to the [DVD Drive]:\sourcesfolder. are you mapping this drive prior?  0 Jalapeno OP Evan Sullivan Jan 22, 2015 at 3:35 UTC F is a USB drive I tried thinking my local disk You should create a backup of the file first and atomically rename the final version when the job is successful, possibly leaving…[Read more] 0 Andrew Hilborne commented on Schedule user account Unmounting Once we are done working with the image, we can unmount our image using the /unmount-wimparameter.

We can copy files from it, add new files, install new drivers, enable or disable features and language packs. Also we use the /commitparameter to save all changes that we made to our image. The good news is that the developer also said that Microsoft is planning to release a GUI version of DISM in the future.Take part in our competition and win $100!Share0Related Posts I used http://www.wsusoffline.net/ to download the patches, then I wrote a script to mount the image, apply the packages, and unmount for me.0 Reply Ba 7 years [email protected] you please share

Take a look.http://mikecel79.wordpress.com/2010/12/22/dism-gui-2-0/0 Reply Big Al 5 years agoFantastic post and a life saver. Which I know is nothing to do with this blog. There we can find ‘install.wim‘ image. http://www.ebugg-i.com/forums/windows/dism-image-capture-to-network.html seals Starting Member USA 6 Posts Posted-February 23 2012: 19:33:47 The full image also had errors (even after successful manual verify)...I'm guessing that is why I can't mount the

Thanks in advance0 Reply Johny 7 years agoIt's a powershell script. I would like to capture the image to a network share that I have setup. Image 192.12 - Mounting Completed Successfully Once the mounting is complete let's verify that the changes we made are still there. Thanks, Sunday, September 28, 2014 1:53 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.

  • Cleaning up all Mounted Wim Images This operation will search for all the stale or corrupted files in your machine and clean it up! - dism /cleanup-wim The /Cleanup-Wim command is only used if
  • For information concerning the resolution of problems of the network, see Windows Help. •1233 The network location can not be achieved.
  • Image 192.8 - Users Folder We can add new folders and files to that image.

Dism Error 161

Image 192.8 - info Folder and Read me file Added So, we are actually making changes to our image as if we are sitting on the machine with the loaded Windows recommended you read This command will apply to all changes you make.dism /Commit-Wim /MountDir:c:\imgYou also can apply changes once you are finished and want to unmount the image.dism /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:c:\img /commitIf you don't want Error 161 The Specified Path Is Invalid Version: 6.1.7600.16385 Files/folders excluded from image capture by default: \$windows.~bt \$windows.~ls \winpepge.sys \Windows\CSC \Recycled \Recycler \$Recycle.Bin\* \System Volume Information \pagefile.sys \hiberfil.sys [ 0% ] Capturing (with verification) progress Error imaging drive At the top we can see image GUID, number of images, compression, etc.

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You have three choices: Unmount the image using the /Commit option (to save changes) Use the /Commit option without unmounting (this keeps the image open so you can make more changes). You have to download the actual .cab file for each patch, and from there you can use the /Add-Package parameter to specify the update. You can either add/remove a driver, enable/disable features, perform other customizations..without even installing them on a physical box. http://3swindows.com/the-specified/the-specified-path-is-invalid-navision-rtc.html Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Home Windows News How To Software Latest Threats Blog Subscribe Contact Us [Answering] DISM Image Capture to Network Posted on: Jun 28

What do those error code stand for? Thanks,Chris seals Starting Member USA 6 Posts Posted-February 23 2012: 17:02:25 It looks like it is letting me make a VHD from the image...just started. To unmount our image and save all changes we will enter the following command: imagex /unmount c:\images\mount /commit.

I mounted the VM HD file in Windows and it's drive Y I than run Textimagex /compress maximum /capture Y:\ F:\Win7Ult64bit.wim "Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit" /check /flags "Ultimate" /verify and I

This time everything works as expected. So using your example, this might work: dism /capture-image /imagefile:Z:\ImagesFolder\win7.wim /capturedir:S:\ /name:"Win7Image" Marked as answer by CLAWWS MCTS Friday, June 27, 2014 2:39 PM Friday, June 27, 2014 2:27 PM Reply With/mountdir parameter we specify where we want to mount our image. Commands that are mentioned in this article ImageX commands: imagex /info c:\images\install.wim - gather information about install.wim image imagex /mountrw c:\images\install.wim 5 c:\images\mount - mount install.wim image with index number 5,

Other examples of such management operations include Get-Features (Windows features), Get-Packages (feature packs, language packs, updates, etc.), and /Get-Intl (international settings and languages).All commands that are related to changing an image TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products etc.. check over here Re-evaluating over 30 Boxes ,and determining if they are usable,salvageable or expendable.

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