Use Dism to integrate patch(KB5027222) into ISO(17763.3650.221105-1748.rs5_release_svc_refresh_SERVER_EVAL_x64FRE_en-us.iso),

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After the installation, the version is changed and the patch has been changed, but 6% make me do not know whether all the features of the patch pack are integrated.


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  1. Limitless Technology 44,011 Reputation points


    If you are using the DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) tool to integrate a patch into an ISO file and it gets stuck at 6%, there are a few possible reasons for this issue. Here are some troubleshooting steps you can try:

    Make sure you have sufficient disk space: Check if you have enough free space on the drive where you are running DISM. The integration process requires temporary space for extracting and modifying the ISO file. Ensure you have enough free space on your drive.

    Check the integrity of the ISO file: Verify that the ISO file you are working with is not corrupt. You can do this by checking the MD5 or SHA-1/SHA-256 hash of the ISO and comparing it with the official hash provided by the source. If the hash doesn't match, you may need to redownload the ISO.

    Use a different command-line option: Instead of using the /integrate option, try using the /add-package option with DISM to manually install the patch into the mounted ISO. Here's an example command:

    dism /mount-wim /wimfile:C:\path\to\your\ISO\mount\install.wim /index:1 /mountdir:C:\path\to\your\mount

    dism /image:C:\path\to\your\mount /add-package /packagepath:C:\path\to\your\patch\

    Replace the paths in the above commands with the appropriate locations on your system.

    Run DISM with administrative privileges: Make sure you are running the DISM command prompt as an administrator. Right-click on the Command Prompt or PowerShell window and select "Run as administrator" to ensure you have the necessary permissions to modify the ISO file.

    Check the DISM logs: DISM generates logs that can provide more information about the integration process. You can find the logs in the following location: C:\Windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log. Open the log file and look for any error messages or warnings that might indicate the cause of the problem.

    If none of the above steps resolve the issue, it is possible that there is an underlying problem with the ISO file or the patch itself. In such cases, you may need to seek assistance from the support channels provided by the software or operating system vendor.

    I used AI provided by ChatGPT to formulate part of this response. I have verified that the information is accurate before sharing it with you.

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  2. abbodi86 3,776 Reputation points

    If DISM command returned "The operation completed successfully.", the progress percentage does not matter