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On my x64 Lenovo z580 laptop with Windows 8.1 x64, I was trying to install KB2919355 when I encountered the error 80073712 which translates to component store corruption.

Since then, I have run the following commands copied here with results:

  1. sfc /scannow - result: no integrity violation
  2. dism /online /cleanup-image /checkhealth - component store is repairable
  3. dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth - component store is repairable
  4. dism /online /cleanup-image /analyzecomponentstore component store cleanup recommended: Yes
  5. dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth dism failed to perform any operation. Either the source is invalid or componentstore is not repairable Error code: 800f081f

Previously, I had upgraded to 8.1 using Windows Update. Now, I have downloaded the 8.1 ISO from here

Question: If I mount the 8.1 ISO to drive H:, Can I use the dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth /source:H:\sources\sxs /LimitAccess to repair my componentstore?

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That error message is due to an issue with Windows Update. The DISM /online command uses Windows Update for it's file source. The article for KB 957310 should help you to resolve that error message, and then the DISM /online command should work fine once again.

Hope this helps,

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  • What do you mean by "outreach" services? – Pacerier Apr 21 '15 at 21:56
  • FYI, /online does not mean it uses Windows Update. It means you're servicing your current - online image. The image you booted into (off c:\ or wherever). Alternatively you can use /Image and point it to a VHD (I believe) or another drive provisioned with Windows. E.g., you boot into a recovery console and use the command with /Image:C:\ instead of /Online (since the online img is the recovery console). Either way it will use WU if needed. Using /LimitAccess prevents it from using Windows Update. – Adam Plocher Apr 9 '16 at 4:14

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