I am posting about an issue I am having with a windows 10 update that will freeze at around 85% requiring me to restart the computer. After restarting, the computer would attempt to recover the installation, fail, and restore itself to the previous version of windows, which starts the whole cycle over again. I originally posted about this in the BSOD & Hangs section of the forum, but I saw a few posts here about the same issue, so I thought I would try this part of the forum.
Here is a link to my previous post, which provides more information about the problem and fixes I have tried:
I came across another post here that had a similar issue and included in that was a document detailing a fix for stuck Windows 10 updates (which I am attaching to my post as well).
I got to this point of the instructions
Now lets pullout with DISM.exe the list of installed packages
At the D:\> prompt type:-
dism /image:D:\ /get-packages (press enter)
But when I tried to execute that command I got this as an error
Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
The command-line is missing a required servicing command.
For more information, refer to the help by running DISM.exe/Image=<path_to_offline_image> /? where <path_to_the_offline_image> is the full path to an offline Windows image.
The DISM log file can be found at X:\windows\Logs\DISM\dism.log
I'm not sure what to do from here or really if this is the right solution to my particular problem anyway. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!