DISM Error 0x80092004

DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby Cababs » 15.10.2019, 21:13

I've done a fresh install of windows 7 sp1 x64, (due to possible corruption of previous install) and I have installed drivers and want to update using WOU.
I have done this serval times using wou ver 11.8.1 and it is not a problem.

last weekend I let it do its thing and it was calculating missing updates for 9.5 hours. I thought I that windows didn't install correctly so I reinstalled and started again.
this time I watched WOU do its thing and I seen that DISM throws up error 0x80092004 when installing KB4516065 (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/hel ... -kb4516065)

it tries to install 3 updates, fails on the 1st and continues. I feel that without this update installed this is why its taking 9 hours.

anyone seen this before?
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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby aker » 15.10.2019, 21:45

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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby Cababs » 15.10.2019, 23:09

I checked the kbs in my client folder and I see the kbs are there but the file names are different.

windows6.1-kb4490628-x64_6d7e7f728029598fc4b9b4ddd86c8bf1d43289a2
windows6.1-kb4474419-v3-x64_748febffa79a7ae4286b16ff3c373baf344095e6
windows6.1-kb4516655-x64_205c1da22cfb6601ef62ab99f3638fe5e16bf2b1

not sure if this is related but I am updating this from a build of win 7 sp1 from 2015

anyway, ive installed the updates you said to download and its doing its thing at the moment. we will see tomorrow if it works.
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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby aker » 16.10.2019, 08:18

The file names contain the SHA1-hashes of the file(s).
As I linked the MSU and wsusou downloads the CAB-version of the updates, the names differ a little...
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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby Cababs » 16.10.2019, 16:27

Aker, I didn't know the file names contained the SHA1-hashes. to be honest the sha-1 stuff have gone about my head.

anyway back to the task at hand. after installing those 3 updates WOU was able to install 180 base updates. I say base because I didn't select of the other features like DOTNET, silverlight, MSSE etc. I have now installed the rest of those updates and they all work. thanks so much.

Telemetry - I know Windows likes to call home but I want to avoid that on Windows 7, is there a maintained list of telemetry updates for win7?

on a side note. I have noticed that DOTNET 4.8 does not work with WOU. when it tries to run it brings up an error which says "unspecified error" when extracting files. i thought I install manually and i'm having the same problem. is there a post about this already or should i create a new one?
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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby aker » 16.10.2019, 17:15

Please create a new topic for the dotNET problem with a screenshot and the log‘s content.
It sounds like some file corruption, but let‘s check it in a new topic.
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Re: DISM Error 0x80092004

Postby aker » 21.10.2019, 20:14

Should be fixed in the most recent trunk (r1083).
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