Sample CEPC Setup (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The sample CEPC setup presented in the following table was used to help test the practicality of each of the CEPC How-to Topics included in Windows CE Help. For more information, see How-to Topics.

You can use this sample CEPC setup as a basis for setting up your CEPC. The configuration of your CEPC may vary depending on the features you want to evaluate.

The following table shows the sample CEPC setup.

ComponentSample CEPC setupDescription
Ethernet cardLinksys LNEPCI2T**

EtherPCI Lan Card II 10BaseT**

Required for Ethernet downloading and debugging.
Floppy disk drive3.5-inchRequired for creating a boot floppy disk.

For more information, see Creating a Boot Floppy Disk for an x86 SDB.

IDE hard disk driveIBM hard disk drive**Required for persistent storage.
Memory64 MB SDRAM, PC100 or PC133, 3.3 VRequired.
MicroprocessorAMD Duron 900 MHz**Required.
MotherboardASUS A7A133 Socket A motherboard**Required.
PC Card readerActiontec PC750 PC Card Reader**Optional.
Power supplyAny power supply suitable for your microprocessor and motherboard.Required.
Serial portsCOM1 for debug serial output.

COM2 for run-time image download.

Recommended for serial debug output. COM1 reports serial debug output. For more information, see Configuring HyperTerminal for BSPs.

Required for run-time image download if you do not have an Ethernet card. COM2 is the default serial port to use for run-time image download.

USB controllerOnboard the ASUS A7A133 Socket A motherboardOptional.
Video card3Dlabs Oxygen VX1 PCI 32 MB**Required.

**The non-Microsoft software and hardware referenced in these documents are included for illustrative purposes only. Illustrations that use such third-party software and hardware as examples are not intended to be an endorsement or recommendation of any of these products. We provide this information only as a convenience for our customers for purposes of explaining a practical application and do not provide warranties of any kind, whether express, implied, or statutory, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose.

See Also

How to Set Up a CEPC | Ethernet Connection Options

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