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Windows6.1-KB976902-x86.cab breaks DISM /Add-Package

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The .msu causes the same issue as the .cab.

1) You can try to integrate first all the updates you need!

2) After mount a new time your image install.wim and integrate the update KB976902(XX).msu.

3) Unmont and commit the image!

Works perfectly for me.

However you can wait for the Windows SP1 RTM.

More infos: KB976902

Cheers

Edited by myselfidem

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I have the same problem, adding package breaked after installing KB976902

Processing 48 of 84 - Adding package D:\Win7Updates\Windows6.1-KB976902-x64.msu

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

Processing 49 of 84 -

Processing 50 of 84 -

Processing 51 of 84 -

then full fail

after deleting Windows6.1-KB976902-x86.msu from my update folder. Dism successfully finish its job.

Edited by yucelakpinar

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You need to install this update at last or after you have integrated all the others updates othewise you've get errors and the installation fails!

:whistle:

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I have to ask a stupid question, then. If it breaks adding packages, how will SP1 and later updates be added, since this update is supposed to be required for SP1?

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