Windows XP Embedded supports the full CompactPCI (cPCI) hot swap model as defined in the CompactPCI Hot Swap specification (PICMG 2.1). You can create a run-time image that permits cPCI boards to be inserted into and removed from your cPCI target system without shutting down.
In Windows XP Embedded, a management application can use the Plug and Play API and configuration management APIs to receive and handle cPCI hot swap events.
In This Section
- How to Configure CompactPCI Hot Swap Support
- Describes the end-to-end process for configuring CompactPCI support in your run-time image.
- CompactPCI Components
- Describes the CompactPCI components that you use to add support for CompactPCI.
- CompactPCI Design Considerations
- Describes considerations to make when you configure your run-time image for CompactPCI support.
- Chassis Support Component Configuration
- Describes the Chassis support component settings.
- Generic CompactPCI Chassis Component
- Describes the generic CompactPCI Chassis support component you can use to enable CompactPCI support.
- CompactPCI Hot Swap Support Component Configuration
- Describes the CompactPCI Hot Swap component settings.
- Deploy a Run-Time Image
- Describes the process of transferring a run-time image to a variety of media types and the components and tools that are used for this purpose.
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