Error 50 DISM does not support servicing Windows PE with the /online option

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Error 50 DISM does not support servicing Windows PE with the /online option

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This tutorial contains instructions to resolve the following error when running the DISM command “Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /Restorehealth” from the Windows Recovery Environment: “Error 50, DISM doesn’t support servicing Windows PE with the /Online option”. 

The above error occurs because, in WinRE, the OS isn’t running. The/Online switch is useless in this case. The/Online switch in the DISM tool specifies that the action is to be taken on the currently running OS.

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HOW TO FIX: ERROR 50 DISM doesn’t SUPPORT SERVICING WINDOWS PE WITH THE /ONLINE OPTION. (WINDOWS 10)

1. After booting your computer from the Windows 10 installation media, press SHIFT + F10 keys at the primary install screen to launch prompt.

2. Inside the WinRE prompt window, get an inventory of all available drives by giving this command:

  • wmic logicaldisk get name

3. Then determine which drive contains the “Windows” folder by typing this command: *

  • dir drive-letter:

*, e.g., to ascertain the contents of the C: drive, type: “dir C:” (without quotes). If you can’t see the “Windows” folder on the C: drive, then still ensuing drive (e.g. “dir D:” “dir E:” etc.) until you see the “Windows” folder.

[As you’ll see in the screenshot below, the Windows folder (in this case) is found at the D: drive.]

4. Once you discover the “Windows” drive (e.g., the “D” during this example), give this command to repair the offline Windows image:

  • dism.exe /Image:D:\ /Cleanup-Image /Restorehealth

* Notes:

1. Where D = the Windows drive. (Change it according to your situation)

2. there’s space between \ / (“…/Image:D:\ /Cleanup-Image…”)

3. If after executing the above command, you receive the “Error 0x800f081f: The source files couldn’t be found”, then perform a repair upgrade. to try to to that: **

a. Boot from the Windows 10 installation media.

b. At Windows Setup wizard, press ‘Next’ then click ‘Install Now.

c. Accept the ‘License agreement.’

d. When asked, select Upgrade: Install Windows and keep files, settings, and applications.

** If you are ready to start your Windows 10 in Safe Mode with networking, then run the subsequent command (in Admin Command Prompt):

  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

5. When the DISM operation is completed, give the subsequent SFC command to finish the repairs. *

  • SFC /SCANNOW /OFFBOOTDIR=D:\ /OFFWINDIR=D:\Windows

6. When the operation is completed, reboot your computer.

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