How to fix Dism.exe error 1392 on your Windows computer
Dism.exe 1392 error is usually displayed whenever a file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.
The location specified in the error message stating that some temporary files are corrupt. Because the files are only temporary, one quick fix that you can do is to delete the file mentioned in the error message and check if the problem persists.
Solution 1: Perform a scan of SFC
Whenever you find an error dism.exe 1392, most likely there is a corrupted file and file system checker scan will bring up a file as it scans all protected system files, and then replaces the incorrect version with original, correct Microsoft versions.
- Choose Start
- Go to the search box and type CMD
- Go to the Command Prompt
- right-click and select Run as Administrator
- Type sfc / scannow
- press enter
Restart the computer and check whether the error dism.exe 1392 is missing.
Solution 2: Run the Check Disk to fix disk errors
You should often use the Check Disk tool to check the integrity of the Disk. Check the Disk and fix many kinds of common errors on FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS drives. One way to check Disk placing the blame is by comparing the volume bitmap with disk sectors assigned to a file system file.
- Check Disk can not repair the damaged data in the file that appears to be structurally intact. Run Check Disk through a graphical interface.
- Right-click Start and select Command (Admin)
- Type the command: chkdsk / f h: and then press enter (his the drive with error disk.exe 1392 issue)
- You can also try this command: chkdsk / F / R and then press enter.
Note: Check Disk will analyze the Disk and restore the status message on the meeting subject. Unless you specify further options, Check Disk will not fix the problem, but, to find and fix errors on drive C, use chkdsk / f C:
When you use this command, check to Perform Disk disk analysis and then fixes errors found, provided the disc is not in use. If used, Check Disk displays a prompt asking if you want to schedule the disk to be checked the next time you restart the system. Click yes to schedule this check.
The complete syntax is as follows:
CHKDSK [Volume [[path] filename]] [/ F] [/ V] [/ R] [/ X] [/ I] [/ C] [/ L [: size]]
V is for volume to adjust the volume of work with
path/filename specifies the file to check for fragmentation (FAT16 and FAT32 only)
/ fixes errors on the disk
/ displays full path and name of each file on the Disk (FAT16 and FAT32); message displays cleaning if there is (NTFS)
/ RLocates bad sectors to recovers readable information (implies / F)
/ XForces volume to go down first if necessary (implies / F)
/ IPerforms minimum check of index entries (NTFS only)
/ CSkips check cycles within the folder structure (NTFS only)
/ L: size sets log file size (NTFS only)
/ Bre-evaluating bad clusters on the volume (NTFS only; implies / R)