Enabling a Run-Time Image Size Larger Than 32 MB

Enabling a Run-Time Image Size Larger Than 32 MB (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0

If you created a run-time image that is larger than 32 MB, you must modify the run-time image configuration settings to configure the amount of RAM allocated before you can successfully build, download, and run your run-time image on a target device.

To enable a run-time image size larger than 32 MB

  1. From the Platform menu, choose Settings.
  2. From the Platform Settings dialog box, choose the Build Options tab.
  3. Select Run-Time Image Can Be Larger Than 32 MB.

    This check box corresponds to the environment variable IMGRAM64.

  4. Close the Platform Settings dialog box and save your changes by choosing OK.

To enable a run-time image larger than 64 MB

  1. From the Platform menu, choose Settings.
  2. From the Platform Settings dialog box, choose the Build Options tab.
  3. Make sure that Run-Time Image Can Be Larger Than 32 MB is not selected.
  4. Choose the Environment tab.
  5. Choose New and enter a name and value for an IMG environment variable that sets RAM for your run-time image.
  6. Choose OK.

    For more information, see IMG Environment Variables.

See Also

Platform Settings: Build Options Tab | Build System | How to Use the IDE to Create, Customize, and Build a Run-Time Image | How to Debug a Run-Time Image on a CEPC


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