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Windows 7: Windows setup (EMS enabled)

21 Nov 2009   #1

windows 7
 
 
Windows setup (EMS enabled)

Hello,
I don't have an answer but I do have a similiar problem. I upgraded from XP Pro to Windows 7 Pro 32 bit on my netbook. I created a bootable USB, copied the windows 7 files onto it and everything worked OK. However, when I bootup I also get the Boot Manager screen offering me 2 options:

Windows 7
Windows setup (EMS enabled)

which goes ahead and boot into Windows 7 after a countdown. Why would I ever want to boot into Winsdows setup? I would like to know if there is a proper way to bypass this boot manager screen. When I was installing the upgrade, I did see a small 40mb partition which was "reserved by the OEM" which I could not use, is that anything to do with it?

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30 Dec 2009   #2

Windows 7
 
 
Same Problem

Hey!

I've exactly the same problem with my Dell Inspiron Mini 10. Do you solve it?

Sorry i'm french and my english is not very good
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30 Dec 2009   #3

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tokyoprince View Post
Hello,
I don't have an answer but I do have a similiar problem. I upgraded from XP Pro to Windows 7 Pro 32 bit on my netbook. I created a bootable USB, copied the windows 7 files onto it and everything worked OK. However, when I bootup I also get the Boot Manager screen offering me 2 options:

Windows 7
Windows setup (EMS enabled)

which goes ahead and boot into Windows 7 after a countdown. Why would I ever want to boot into Winsdows setup? I would like to know if there is a proper way to bypass this boot manager screen. When I was installing the upgrade, I did see a small 40mb partition which was "reserved by the OEM" which I could not use, is that anything to do with it?
The OEM is just the programs so that you could restore your computer the way it was the day you brought it home. It could have been deleted, but it does not cause any problems. In fact the new OS, probalby deleted the contents.
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30 Dec 2009   #4

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE
 
 

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Windows Setup [EMS Enabled]
If you see this as a startup option when booting from the DVD then it probably means you pressed the space bar or the enter key more than once when instructed to “press any key to boot from the DVD”. Another thing that can trigger its appearance is if the DVD setup detects an unbootable previous install of Vista somewhere on the hard drive. If you just press Enter then setup will continue as normal. The letters EMS mean in this instance Emergency Management Services and it is a function for use with Windows server. Whether it can be used with a standard Vista OS I do not know and I cannot find any Microsoft comment on this. Emergency Management Services Technical Reference: System Reliability Also see "Space bar is the new F8" Vista knowledge from the OEM team and others...
I really don't know, but I would guess that booting to EMS will cause a setup to appear for the purpose of restoring/repairing your installation.
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16 Mar 2011   #5

7 ultimate 32
 
 

hiya guys seems you have a problem well I have a solution. me the big dummie click on start. in the run box type msconfig hit enter. a startup box will appear click on boot, there will be two startup options. delete the ems the first one will be your normal startup program windows 7 (c:\windows) : current os; default os do not delete this one. but delete the ems. should be the second option. then it will ask you to reboot and wahla we fixy if you have any questions email me. this has to be a longer message so wano snowshoes bios corn tacos hope this has helped I know it has been a long time comming but just seen this on the forum you may not need this information now but maybe someone will need it later. it is really a simple fix
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