Hardware Detection with Target Analyzer
Target Analyzer detects the hardware on the system, and creates a file that can be used to add the required driver components to your configuration.
In This Section
- How to Add Hardware Information to a Configuration
- Describes the end-to-end procedure for running Target Analyzer on a device, importing the hardware information, and adding it into your configuration.
- Target System Requirements
- Describes the hardware requirements for Windows XP Embedded.
- Running Target Analyzer
- Describes how to run Target Analyzer to create a .pmq file.
- Target Analyzer Commands
- Describes the Target Analyzer command syntax.
- Target Analyzer Hardware Detection Capabilities
- Describes the differences in hardware detection capabilities between Tap.exe and Ta.exe.
- Identify Target Device Hardware
- Describes how to identify the hardware on your target system by using Target Analyzer.
- Detect Hardware Devices with Target Analyzer and Windows PE
- Describes how to boot the target device by using Windows PE. This allows you to detect hardware on a device that has no hard drive or operating system, and provides a smaller, more efficient hardware list.
- Windows Preinstallation Environment
- Describes how you can use Windows PE to bring up a device that has no operating system or hard drive, run Target Analyzer to create a device list, format and partition a hard drive with Diskpart, and connect to a network. After an image is installed on the device, you can also use Windows PE to fine-tune the files and registry.
- Development Process
- Describes the overall development process to use to create a run-time image.
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