Debugging and Testing How-to Topics (Windows CE 5.0)
Windows CE 5.0
The following how-to topics show ways to use Microsoft Platform Builder and the tools provided with it to debug and test a Microsoft® Windows® CE–based device.
In This Section
- How to Connect to a Target Device for Debugging
- Describes how to connect a development workstation running Platform Builder to a Windows CE–based device.
- How to Use Platform Builder to Connect to Multiple Target Devices
- Describes how to connect a single development workstation to multiple Windows CE–based devices.
- How to Debug a Boot Loader with eXDI
- Provides guidelines for using hardware-assisted debugging to debug a boot loader program.
- How to Use Remote Call Profiler to Find Performance Problems
- Describes how to use the Windows CE Remote Call Profiler tool to collect data that shows the performance of an application.
- How to Use Remote Performance Monitor to Observe Performance
- Describes how to use the Windows CE Remote Performance Monitor tool to display statistics that describe the performance of a Windows CE–based device in real time.
- How to Analyze CETK Test Results to Debug a Driver
- Describes how to investigate an unexpected CETK test result.
- How to Debug a Device Driver
- Describes a process for using tools in Platform Builder to debug a Windows CE device driver.
- How to Use the CETK to Test a Driver
- Describes how to use the CETK to test a Windows CE device driver.
- How to Debug a Run-Time Image on a CEPC
- Describes how achieve a specified level of support for debugging in a Windows CE–based run-time image.
- Tools for Debugging and Testing
- Provides an overview of tools for testing and debugging a Windows CE–based device.
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