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Migrating a Board Support Package (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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If you have an existing board support package (BSP), you can migrate it to be fully compatible with the features available in Microsoft® Windows® CE 5.0.

If you do not have a BSP, you can create a new one or clone an existing BSP that is designed for similar hardware. For more information, see How to Create a Board Support Package and How to Bring Up a Hardware Platform by Cloning an Existing BSP.

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How to Migrate a Board Support Package to Windows CE 5.0
Provides information on how to migrate an existing BSP to be fully compatible with Windows CE 5.0.
BSP Migration
Provides information about changes to the BSPs provided in Windows CE.
Boot Loader Migration
Provides recommendations you can make to your boot loader to ensure that it runs correctly in Windows CE 5.0.
OAL Migration
Provides information about changes you must make to your OEM adaptation layer (OAL) to make it fully compatible with Windows CE 5.0.
Kernel Migration
Provides information about the changes made to the kernel. The changes are grouped by the Windows CE version in which they were made.
Microprocessor Changes
Provides guidelines on how to reference the different microprocessors supported in Windows CE.
Obsolete Windows CE Functionality
Provides information about obsolete Windows CE functionality related the boot loader, OAL, and kernel.

Related Sections

Migrating a Device Driver
Provides links to information about migrating device drivers from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Build System Migration
Provides information on how to migrate the build system from previous versions of Windows CE to Windows CE 5.0.
Migrating from an Earlier Version of Windows CE
Provides information on how to migrate a Windows CE-based platform from an earlier version of Windows CE to the current one.
Developing a Board Support Package
Contains an overview about BSPs and links to topics that discuss the development process for each element of a BSP, specifically the boot loader and the OAL.
Debugging and Testing
Provides information about debugging and testing the Windows CE OS on a hardware platform.

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