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Building and Transferring a Run-Time Image to a Hard Disk Drive (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/5/2010

To copy your run-time image to the hard disk drive, add a driver and a file system for your hard disk drive to your run-time image. Once the run-time image resides on your hard disk drive, the run-time image can boot on the target device without requiring a connection to the development workstation.

  1. Add ATAPI support to your run-time image.

    From the Catalog, add Device Drivers\Storage Devices\Storage Devices\ATAPI PCI/IDE Storage Block Driver to your OS design.

    For more information about adding features to an OS design, see Adding an Item from the Catalog.

  2. Add the FAT File System Catalog item to your run-time image.

    From the Catalog, add Core OS\Windows Embedded CE Devices\File Systems and Data Store\Storage Manager\FAT File System to your OS design.

    For more information about adding features to an OS design, see Adding an Item from the Catalog.

  3. Build the run-time image.

    For more information about building run-time images, see Building a Run-Time Image.

  4. Restart the CEPC, and then from your development workstation, download the run-time image.

    For more information about downloading a run-time image, see Downloading a Run-Time Image.

  5. After the run-time image download completes, copy the run-time image file (Nk.bin) on the CEPC from the Release directory to the Hard Disk directory.

    To simplify finding the run-time image file on your CEPC if your run-time image includes a user interface, in the Windows Embedded CE File Explorer, from the View menu, choose Folder Options, and then clear the Hide File Extensions check box.

  6. Insert the setup disk that you made, and restart the CEPC.

  7. At the command prompt, change directories to the CEPC hard drive by typing <drive letter>:.

  8. Type dir, and check if NK.bin is present on the hard drive.

  9. If the file name has been changed or is using a short name, such as NK~1.bin, rename the file to NK.bin by typing ren NK~1.bin NK.bin.

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