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Old June 30th, 2009, 09:37 AM
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Default Getting crazy downloading WINCE image to CEPC

Hi all,
I installed WinCE 6.0 for visual studio 2005 and I built a simple OS design
for X86 (CEPC). It works weel on emulator while I have some problems to have
it working on a Dell Latitude D610 laptop.
When I boot the target pc with the floppy disk and I choose 3rd option
(eboot), I get this message "Jumping to 0x0013c0dc", that it is due to
missing ROM image if I'm not wrong.
I suppose the NIC card is not supported by WinCE but I would have your
suggestions also.
The card is a Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller and VID and PID are
not prenset in g_NicSupported.
Is there any way to add this card (I'm a WinCE newbie...)?
Is there a way to load the target PC using a USB key so I can put the
run-image on it and choose "run local image" options.?

Thanks in advance!

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Default Getting crazy downloading WINCE image to CEPC

The eboot loader does not support the Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx NIC.
The default eboot loader support NE2000 compatible NIC, Realtek-8139 and a few other.
To get the Broadcom NIC to work involve some major driver codes.

You can try hunting for one of the legacy PCMCIA NIC that is NE2000 compatible.

You can post your question to the following forum, which will reach a much broader Windows CE developer.
http://www.microsoft.com/communities...&lang=en&cr=US
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