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Windows Embeded Standard and Windows XP Embedded

Windows Embedded Standard 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Community Technology Preview (CTP) is now available!

Service Pack 1 delivers the Windows 7 SP1 updates to Windows Embedded Standard 7.  This includes the new RemoteFX technology for client, and the new embedded specific SKU Compliance Packages. 

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.NET and .NET CF

 Make .NET CF the same as desktop .NET

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Windows PADS

Windows Pads .. Windows 7,  CPUs, Windows CE, Windows Embedded Standard 7

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embedded Spark 2010 Summer Challenge: Tour de France!

embedded Spark 2010 Summer ChallengeHW Correction (The board)

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WES 7 Installation: Using IBW (32 bit)

About Task: Install Windows Embedded Standard 7 to the Advantech AIMB-212 (Intel Atom N450) 1.66 GHz Mini-ITX Board .. As supplied for round 2 of the Microsoft embedded Spark 2010 Summer Challenge: Build a Media device using WES 7. Creating an x86 (32 bit) installation Using a USB Memory stick as the installation media.  (See previous blog on how to set this up). Using a SATA Laptop Hard drive as the installation media. Initial functionality: Windows Media plus a USB HDMI Digital TV tuner. Also adding a Wacom MultitouchTouchpad and a Winstars USB 2.0 HD Video/Audio adapter. Step 1: Windows 7 As discussed in previous blog, I install the desktop version of the operating system first. That is with XP Embedded, I install XP.  With WES7 I install Windows 7. I then make sure all of the required drivers, including 3rd party devices (in this case the USB TV device) work on the system. NOTE: I am using a hard drive from another embedded system (also WES 7) that has some existi ...

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WES 7 Installation: Preliminaries

  Try Windows 7 first Having specified the required solution (as submitted in Round 1 of the embedded Challenge), and purchased (or been given as with the embedded Challenge) the required hardware, the next step is make sure the system can do what is specified. Given that the solution platform is Windows Embedded Standard 7 which is really Windows 7 plus some specialised features (EEFs), my recommendation is to tests things by installing Windows 7 to the system first. This will enable you to test all drivers and additional software before developing the system. This platform can also be used for custom application development; indeed you could install Visual Studio to it and do full insitu development. If this installation is left of the development machine, then you can multi-boot between Win7 and WES7 when resolving issues. Also where there are problems with drivers under WES7 you can use the Driver Store* folder in Win 7 to get the correct driver. That can be the case for some drivers which are not ...

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WES 7 Installation: Setting up a USB Drive for Installation

A USB Memory stick (or USB Hard drive) can be configured as bootable drive with the contents of an OS installation DVD

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embedded Spark 2010 Summer Challenge: Building the Kit

  View Full Album     The case is made of Perspex sides.   The parts interlock together.  I put it together in a temporary mode by slotting it together and then applying tape across the edges.  I’ll glue it together later. Note that the back is a thinner side and so the slots are smaller on that side. Board assembly I assembled it as follows: (As in the Image Album above). Peel off protective cover for inside sides.  I left the outside protected for now. Attach the top to the 3 sides other than the back Insert the long nylon screws through the base and place spaces inside on the screws. Place the board on the screws and position on top of the spaces.  Screw on and moderately tighten the nuts. Attach/insert any board additions, or hard drives/CF. You might like to test the board now Attach the bottom to box. The space on the rear side for the lugs around the DB25 and VGA connecto ...

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embedded Spark 2010 Summer Challenge: The Kit

The Kit as supplied to Round 2 participants in the embedded Spark 2010 Summer Challenge: Build a media device using Windows Embedded Standard 2007   View Full Album   The Advantech AIMB-212 Kit View the album in full as above or click on item below. Glossary Image No:  The Kit in container box The kit opened The kit opened.. again The board from front The board from left side The board from the back The board from above and back The board from right side The board from below From Below again (better picture) The board from above The cables Cables again The box to be assembled A nice simple Perspex assembly The power pack and cables Note Car lighter adapter at top Main power lead at bottom The power adapter in middle and Regulated 12v cable (goes to board) Alternative connectors The power pack from front ...

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Windows Embedded Standard 2007 now on MSDN

If you have MSDN Premium (or above) or MSDN Embedded you can now download the non-trial version of WES7 from MSDN Subscriber downloads. Unlike the trial version where the DVDs are downloaded as up to  8 part files (rar) files each, the MSDN version is the DVD ISOs. Trial Version Note the trial version is available from  Runtime images created by the Windows Embedded Standard 7 Evaluation will run for 30 days with no product key and 180 days with a product key. You get a key when you register for download   Reading between the lines, the IBW (32 and 64 bit) are different for trial and full versions whereas the Tookit (ICE) just requires a different key. Terminology ICW: Image Configuration Wizard  (There are 32 bit and a 64 bit versions) It works like a typical OS installer, just that there are more options ICE: Image Co ...

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