The System File Checker (SFC) tool can help identify and repair corrupted or missing system files that could be causing the problem.
Run the following command in an elevated Command Prompt:
Use DISM Repair Command: Sometimes, running a repair command on the system image itself can help resolve DISM-related issues. Run the following command:
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Ensure that you are using the correct syntax for the DISM command. The syntax for capturing an image with DISM looks like this:
DISM /Capture-Image /ImageFile:"PathToImage.wim" /CaptureDir:"SourceDirectory" /Name:"ImageName" /Description:"ImageDescription"
Make sure you replace the placeholders with actual paths and names.
If the source directory you're trying to capture contains corrupt files or file system issues, it might cause DISM to fail. Run a file system check on the source directory using the following command:
chkdsk /f "SourceDirectory"
Replace "SourceDirectory" with the actual path.