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Error 4448, DISM stoped at 73 %, ISO repair failed

Zigi

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Hello to all,

I am little bit a desperate :banghead: in mine circumstances, have no idea :noidea: after days investigating and trying to resolve this issue I stuck at, and with every new step I have a feeling that problem become more and more deeper! :confused2:

It's start with occasional BSOD, cant remember what type of error was that any more. And than after trying to resolve with all kind of combo SFC command tools, over DISM combo, restore health, repairing combinations and so on, nothing helped, no any command or combination finished successfully.
So, please help me to resolve this without new clean installation, if it is possible? Sorry for my English in front, and THANK YOU all in front, hope we will solve this same as it will help someone else maybe..

pffff, no time for bed, and in the morning I will check is here any directions I can follow...:cool3:
 

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Thnx for moving my Thread to the right place. Anybody, some expert related to this kind of issue-help please? I am here to cooperate and make this eventually solution more easy.
 

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Hello and welcome!

Please start with the following:

GSmartControl
Follow the instructions below to test your hard drive health with GSmartControl:



  • Download GSmartControl and save it on your Desktop;
  • Execute gsmartcontrol.exe; Let the install complete and launch the programme.
  • Identify your drive in the list, and double-click on it to bring up it's window (usually you'll find your drive by it's size or it's brand name);
  • Go in the Perform Tests tab, then select Extended Self-test in the Test type drop-down list and click on Execute (this test can take a few hours to complete);
  • Once the test is over, the results will be displayed at the bottom of the window. Please copy and paste these results in your next reply;
  • Also, go in the Attributes tab and if you have any entries highlighted in red or pink, take a screenshot of the GSmartControl window and attach it in your next reply;
 

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Unfortunately, your SSD is damaged and should be replaced if under warranty. I suspect this is the main reason of the errors in the first place.
 

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Unfortunately, your SSD is damaged and should be replaced if under warranty. I suspect this is the main reason of the errors in the first place.
Now you shocked me, can you please explain to me, where did you see that, and what is happened, so I can explain that to the seller, and how can I save all my applications inducing settings and data from this image of OS for new installation of Win 10 pro, any free good application which can do that for free? How fast I must react before come to any more serious problem?
 

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See the pink value, it has a reallocated sector + there was an error in the self test where a certain amount of data has failed checksum. When data is written, it performs a small verification process and reports if it copied the data without issue, in your case, there was an error. These articles will provide more info.

I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

5 Warning Signs That Your SSD Is About to Break Down & Fail

Checksum - Wikipedia
 

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As for the how fast you must react, it looks like we caught it early, but I would backup the data just in case as you never know.

Macrium Reflect Free is good.
 

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See the pink value, it has a reallocated sector + there was an error in the self test where a certain amount of data has failed checksum. When data is written, it performs a small verification process and reports if it copied the data without issue, in your case, there was an error. These articles will provide more info.

I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

5 Warning Signs That Your SSD Is About to Break Down & Fail

Checksum - Wikipedia
Well, I must inform you with some maybe important info, recently I use MiniTool Partition Wizard Professional Edition to extend 2 partitions, and maybe I shouldn't do that, cause that task did not finished success, even in disk management both of them are after process have wished size, but process was interrupt with BSOD, you can see what portions I talk about, yellow highlighted
Disk manag.PNG

So, maybe, it can be repaired, that errors, or they are not for real errors-if you get me what I want to say?
 

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The errors are bad blocks on the drive and as such they cannot really be repaired as this is not a software issue. The fact that there were BSODs only strengthens my suspicion that a bad drive may be in play here.
 

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OK, is there any way beside this, like other opinion, to be 100% sure that this is a fact or reason, so than I can peacefully do what I need to do about this? Smth like another application to compare results?
 

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Backup your data first, then we can perform additional testing as I don't want to risk you losing your data + based on everything I am almost certain that the SSD is at fault here.
 

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Backup your data first, then we can perform additional testing as I don't want to risk you losing your data + based on everything I am almost certain that the SSD is at fault here.
OK, great, I am willing to do whatever it takes to try smth before I quit from this SSD, so please advise me with backup tool for this case, for WIN 10 completely including win mail live, all data and applications and their data and settings, cause anyway I need smth like that, if I will change this SSD, and I will, for Crucial MX500, but not at the moment, in side 2 moths max, so please advise me, what to to do, how to backup, best way free one, for new clean installation of WIN 10 pro 64 bit, and which will work for this further steps also we will do for this <damaged> SSD 128 Gb...

thank you in front very much
 

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Sorry, you already direct me with that one, I ust want to be sure does it cover all I want' :noidea:
 

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It can create a full system image, so you'll have everything as you left it. I personally use it and know that for a fact.
 

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It can create a full system image, so you'll have everything as you left it. I personally use it and know that for a fact.
Greta, I just check it, description, it seems it cover all.. Home is equal FREE version?

Funny me, I already have it, downloaded... :banghead:
 

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Also, if maybe you find out this info usable, I have OS image from last clean install on one partition, with all important app in that moment I have installed.
 
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