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1 36enters a true IDE mode With an adapter can
2Windows XP Embedded Boot Options be used in an IDE bus for storage
(Melbourne). David Jones RMIT University (read/write) Windows XP will not allow
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 300: low-level formatting with non-fixed disks
Developing Windows Embedded Devices. fdisk and diskpart don't recognise it So
3Agenda. Microsoft Windows XP Embedded can't mark it as the active partition/disk
Features Creating an XP Embedded Image So can't boot from it with Windows XP
Boot up Overview Windows XP Embedded Boot Embedded Need to mark the CF as fixed Need
Options Booting from: Hard drive Compact a utility for that Reversible Note:
Flash Other devices: Solid-state drives CompactFlash ORG requires CFs to be
CD-ROM Network Hibernated state Boot delivered in removable mode If using CF
Performance Conclusions. with single partition (RAM Reg mode) you
4Windows XP Embedded Boot Options. Can may not need marked as fixed.
boot from a variety of media. Including 37CF Scenarios. Use an OEM/Industrial
diskless systems. As well as CF and other grade CF Get utility from CF manufacturer
Flash devices. And even USB. to mark CF as fixed Confidentiality issues
5Windows XP Embedded Features. If using, Mode may not need to mark as
6What People Are Building Today. Retail fixed. Implement as storage device for
Point of Sale. Thin Clients. Gateway/Media operating system Implement enhanced write
Store. Set-Top Box. Network Devices. Game filter to minimise (or totally inhibit)
Platforms. Kiosk/ATM. Office Automation. writes to CF Wear levelling also with
Industrial Automation. OEM/Industrial grade CFs Provide embedded
7Key features of Windows XP Embedded. systems with CFs Use Consumer grade CF The
Componentized version of Windows XP utility will work with only some CFs Even
Professional Same binaries as Windows XP within same batch OK for
Professional Fully compatible protocols development/teaching purposes.
Support for all Windows Device Drivers 38Booting from CF with Windows XP
Without modification/wrappers Runs desktop Embedded RAM Reg Mode. Hardware needs
Windows XP applications Subject to CF-IDE adapter CF marked as fixed CF-USB
resources, without modification Full Win32 adapter Key Windows XP Embedded Components
and Microsoft .NET API .NET2 Embedded boot EWF Manager Enhanced Write Filter EWF
options For example, from Compact Flash NTLDR EWF Registry keys Create as XPe
Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2: component Next slide Other Disable
Security and boot options. "Start EWF Enabled Disable the FBA
8Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2: DLL/COM. Prepare CF as bootable drive Boot
Changes to the Embedded-enabling Features. with Windows XP Embedded Disk 1 Copy files
Feature or area. Description. Enhanced to disk Use CF-USB adapter on dev machine
Write Filter (EWF). Reduce boot time for Xcopy /s /h Get hidden files Boot and let
your EWF-protected run-time image by using FBA run When finally booted run EWFMGR on
a hibernation file. New deployment device and see that EWF is running in RAM
options. - Hibernate Once Resume Many Reg mode.
(HORM) - Remote Boot. Windows application 39EWF on CF Registry keys. Windows
compatibility macro components. Increase Registry Editor Version 5.00
application compatibility between your [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlS
run-time image and applications in areas t\Services\ewf]
of multimedia, networking, shell, Windows "ErrorControl"=dword:00000001
Core, and Windows Management "Group"="System Bus
Instrumentation (WMI). Generic Device Extender"
Driver Support component. Quickly add "Start"=dword:00000000
support for one or more device classes to "Type"=dword:00000001
your run-time image. Minlogon. Implement a [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlS
single-user logon environment that t\Control\Class\
supports standby and hibernation. Windows {71A27CDD-812A-11D0-BEC7-08002BE2092F}]
XP Embedded documentation. Read the latest "UpperFilters"="Ewf"
Help documentation for expanded [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlS
information about security and servicing, t\Services\ewf\ Parameters]
as well as more how-to topics. Component [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlS
Help is now available for every component t\Services\ewf\ Parameters\Protected]
in the Windows Embedded Studio component [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlS
database and includes detailed information t\Services\ewf\
about dependencies, resources, and Parameters\Protected\Volume0]
interfaces. "VolumeID"="{1EA414D1-6760-
9Some Windows XP Embedded Scenarios. 625-8CBE-4F9F85A48E15}"
Robust diskless system but want to use "Type"=dword:00000001
existing Windows XP-supported hardware "ArcName"="multi(0)disk(0)r
peripherals Windows XP Embedded uses same isk(0)partition(1)"
peripherals as desktop Windows XP Windows 40Booting Windows XP Embedded from CF.
XP Embedded can be booted from solid state David Jones RMIT University Melbourne,
devices. (For example, CF.) Stateless Victoria, Australia 300: Developing
system (always boots to the same state) Windows Embedded Devices. Boot a device in
with quick boot Windows XP Embedded with RAM Reg mode from CF.
CF and EWF (RAM Reg mode) System of many 41Booting from Other Devices.
stateless and diskless webpads Windows XP 42Embedded Disks. Can have IDE interface
Embedded with remote boot Embedded device Plug in in place of a hard drive More
that runs desktop .NET applications and robust than HD Faster than CF Can be used
services Windows XP Embedded runs same as read-writeable HD No need for overlays
apps as desktop Windows XP. No "set fixed mode" utility
10Creating an XP Embedded Image. required Rewrite 1 million + 10 MB/s
11Microsoft Windows Embedded Tools-1. read/write transfer rate Lower capacity
Target Analyser Interrogates target system than CF.
for devices Ta.exe, runs under DOS 43Solid State Disk Demos. The previous
Tap.exe, runs under XP Can run on existing Disk Overlay Demo used an EmbedDisk. The
desktop XP installation (best) Can run Hibernate Once Resume Many Demo also uses
from PXE boot using first XPE CD Component and EmbedDisk.
Designer Imports output from target 44USB. Many embedded SBC only have USB
analyser to create platform component Can 1.1 Not fast enough for boot process Must
also import XP device installation files have USB 2 USB (2) Memory sticks are in
Component Database Stored in SQL 2000/5. not suitable XPe boot devices USB is
12Microsoft Windows Embedded Tools-2. enabled late in boot process USB devices
Target Designer Specify image Which are not fixed M-Systems solution: uDoc.
platform Choose a macro Add other devices 45USB: M-Systems uDoc. M-Systems uDoc
Fine tune settings Resolve dependencies (USB DiskOnChip) Windows XP Embedded can
Can auto-resolve Repeat until all OK. be configured to boot from this Loads
Build Image Generates image within file early in boot process Can be connected to
structure for deployment Not a bound USB socket on board No need for EWF Wear
single file like nk.bin (CE) Can create a levelling technology
single bound image file (.sdi) Eg. Use for
network boot. Module/M-Module/Products_/uDiskOnChip.htm
13Deployment. Suitably prepare target Easy to transfer image files (USB host
media Create partition, set as active adapter for module) USB 2.0 Boot must be
partition, reboot and format Copy XPE supported in BIOS See: 300 Building
build files to media Must copy Windows XP Embedded Devices for USB Boot.
hidden/system files as well Can insert 46Windows XP Embedded CD-ROM Boot. Use
media into dev. machine and copy, eg. CF RAM Reg mode Develop El Torito Bootable
Can do network copy Run First Boot Agent CD-ROM CD-ROM appears to be writeable via
(FBA) Completes the run-time image build overlay in RAM Configure system to boot
process by running a sequence of tasks on from CDROM.
the target system Eg. Plug and Play device 47Booting From CD-ROM. Slower boot than
detection, security installation, and solid state Easy deployment/update to
network configuration. Can add commands to multiple systems System integrity Can use
FBA and specify when they will run during hard disk-less system General slow
the FBA process. depending upon image size and CD-ROM speed
14Creating an Windows XP Embedded Image. Useful as a system tool.
David Jones RMIT University Melbourne, 48CD-ROM Boot: How To. Create image Need
Victoria, Australia 300: Developing EWF components NTLDR, Registry, Management
Windows Embedded Devices. A quick look at console Need CDFS Need El Torito Component
the Microsoft Windows Embedded Tools. Some others needed Place HD and CDROM in
15Overview of Boot Up. IDE channel 1 FBA on target as <500M
16Boot Devices. Need to read boot hard drive partition Need an El-Torito CD
information and code Need to read in drive during FBA Have 2nd partition for
operating system configuration and code ISO image (900M). Swap the HD and CDROM
Both may be same media or different. drive letters Run ETPrep Generate Boot CD
Electromechanical Floppy Hard drive Solid ISO Reboot with Windows XP Embedded CD1
State Microdrive DiskOnChip Network Remote into PXE Create ISO file Run HD2ISO Copy
boot. Flash Compact Flash USB Memory Stick ISO file to development machine Burn CD
uDoc CD-ROM El Torito. Remove HD Place CD in target and boot.
17Classifications of Boot Media. 49Booting Windows XP Embedded from
Read/Write vs. Read-only media Typical CD-ROM. David Jones RMIT University
storage is read/write. For example, hard Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 300:
drive. For Flash ROM/CF with limited write Developing Windows Embedded Devices. Using
cycles better to use as read-only, except a pre-existing image.
for updates and occasional save state 50Windows XP Embedded HORM Boot.
Fixed vs. Removable Can the OS storage be Hibernate Once Resume Many Resume from
removed? Physically/electrically Stateless same hibernated state Quick boot Stateless
vs. Stateful Is it a requirement that the system Normally when Windows boots, the
device boots to the same pristine state? state information in the hibernation file
(Stateless) That is, discard transient is deleted by zeroing out the first page
state at shutdown Local vs. Remote media of the hibernation file However, by using
OS on local storage OR get it from network EWF, you can persist that state
server Need network ROM. information from boot to boot Reuse the
18Read-write and Read-only Media. same hibernated state.
Read/write Hard drive Embedded Disk uDoc 51Booting from HORM. Fast boot of system
(Compact Flash) Read-only Media Compact to known state Easily extended/updated
Flash CD-ROM Network. Disable HORM Reboot and add changes
19Removable Vs. Fixed Media. Fixed Recapture Adds robustness to system Adds
Media: Hard drive, solid-state hard drive security Use EWF with Hibernation: Develop
Removable media CF, USB Memory Removable EWF system Boot Run required applications
media Can't be partitioned (with Windows without closing Hibernate Persist same
tools) Can't be made active partition disk hibernation state after boot Normally
Hard to get to boot CF can be marked as deleted Volume remains protected.
fixed and used as fixed in True IDE mode. 52HORM Boot: How to. Create image. Needs
20Booting with Windows XP Embedded. EWF: RAM Overlay Mode, API, NTLDR,
21Windows XP Embedded Boot Modes. Hard Management Console Power Management
drive Read/write Overlays HORM .OR Computers One of: ACPI PC, Standard PC,
Diskless: Solid State Devices Solid State ACPI Uniprocessor Setting: Enable
Disk Flash ROM Compact Flash USB Bootable hibernation Must have target's specific
CD Network. video driver Build image Create and place
22Booting With Windows XP Embedded in 5 a file: resmany.dat in root Tells EWF that
Seconds. Media needs to be configured to this is a HORM setup Enables reuse of same
boot using boot.ini file Boot partition hiberfile.sys file. Check that
needs to be marked as active Boot.ini hiberfile.sys is in root dir /Ahs
points to boot partition and OS directory c:\hiberfil.sys Use EWFMGR and XPEPM to
Need operating systems files on boot media manage HORM: Enable EWF EWFMGR c: -enable
Not a single binary file like nk.bin with To see status EWFMGR c : Hibernate system
Windows CE* That is, no boot loader and enable HORM XPEPM –Hibernate Reboot
program Created with directory structure system from hibernation Can shutdown and
in Microsoft Windows Embedded System build restart to same state. XPEPM –shutdown /
process Can do xcopy of files (/s /h) to -restart Can commit changes to HD EWFMGR
media if it can be placed on development c: -commit Can commit and stop HORM EWFMGR
system * Or use SDI: Bind files into one c: -commitanddisable -live.
file that then can be deployed and 53HORM: Key Issue. This uses Power
unpacked System needs to be configured Management component That only works if
(that is, in BIOS) to boot from that you have the correct hardware drivers Some
media. things are missed by TAP via PXE Can get
23A Typical Boot.ini File. This will by with other boot configurations but not
boot Windows XP Embedded from partition 1 with Power Management Need the correct
on hard drive(media) 0 with OS files in Windows XP Video driver Need various BUS
\Windows. [boot loader] timeout=0 drivers Ref: "Troubleshooting Windows
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1 XP Embedded's blue screen "Stop
\WINDOWS [operating systems] 0x0000007B" error", Sean Liming
="Microsoft Windows XP Embedded" T6380158626.html.
/fastdetect. 54Booting a Windows XP Embedded HORM
24Hard Drive: Read-write Mode. Can build Image. David Jones RMIT University
a Windows XP Embedded system to boot from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 300:
hard drive on a standard desktop system If Developing Windows Embedded Devices. HORM:
it runs Windows XP it will boot Windows XP Hibernate Once Read Many.
Embedded Can multi-boot system to desktop 55Windows XP Embedded (REMOTE) Network
Windows XP as well as Windows XP Embedded Boot. Boot with device PXE Preboot
TAP interrogation of system can be more eXecution Environment Image downloaded to
thorough when done on an existing Windows RAM from PXE server Uses TFTP OS then
XP desktop Can build an Windows XP boots from RAM Disk No persist storage
Embedded system in read-write HD mode on required: Diskless system Requirements:
Virtual PC and VMWare emulators. Can allow About double normal RAM PXE compatible
stateful system All changes are preserved BIOS and Network card Remote boot PXE
between boots OR can use stateless Disk server DHCP, PXE, TFTP.
Overlays (EWF Disk Mode). 56Remote Boot. Create a Windows XP
25Enhanced Write Filter (EWF) Overview. Embedded image file (post FBA) Deploy that
Protects a volume from write access to a server Install RBS on Windows Server
Enables boot from read-only media such as from Windows XP Embedded disk 2 With DHCP
CDROM and flash Can save write cycles to Target PXE (network) boots. On getting
other media where desirable: CF, Network DHCP response RBS uses MAC address to
EWF Overlay Protects contents of volume determine which image to return. Note:
from writes by redirecting to alternative Needs RAM 2 x image size Image file gets
media Eg Read/write storage, RAM Like a downloaded to ram and system is generated
transparency overlay Can be consolidated from there.
into the volume or discarded EWF Volume 57Remote Boot: How to. Create image and
Stores static EWF information about the run FBA No special components Use HD
volume being protected Not the transient system on target Create .SDI file from
overlay data Can be on protected volume, booted image Install Microsoft Windows
in registry. Embedded Remote Boot Manager On a Windows
26EWF Modes. Mode. Overlay Location. EWF 2003 Server With DHCP on the Server Some
Volume Location. Notes. Disk. On disk. On Remote Boot Server-DHCP configuring
disk in unpartitioned space. Useful where Configure boot Place .SDI file on RBS
state is required to maintained between Configure PXE boot based upon MAC address
boots. RAM. In RAM. On disk in Enable Network boot on target and boot.
unpartititioned space. Useful for 58David Jones RMIT University.
"stateless" systems. RAM Reg. In 59Remote Booting of a Windows XP
RAM. In system registry. Useful where disk Embedded image. David Jones RMIT
has only one partition. Note: EWF Volume University Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
is created by First Boot Agent for first 300: Developing Windows Embedded Devices.
two modes. HORM: Hibernate Once Read Many.
27Disk Overlays. Read Only. Read Only. 60Boot Performance.
Read/Write by EWF. EWF Overlay 3. Changes 61Usability. How much boot time will
to C drive will appear to the OS as being users suffer? CF boots in about 1 minute
to C drive but will actually be written to Other non CD boots < 1 minute Network
EWF Disk Overlay. EWF Overlay 2. EWF would depend upon many factors Generally
Overlay 1. Can have multiple overlays. One up to one minute to boot is suitable for
active for write at a time . Local Disk. most scenarios For example, POS at start
28RAM Overlay. When system is shutdown, of day. If stateless system goes down, can
overlay in RAM is lost Useful for bring back up in pristine state within one
stateless system Can commit overlay to minute Enable Standby for more frequent
protected volume Disk must be power downs.
partition-able Not CF in removable mode, 62Discussion: Collation of Boot Times
not CDROM Single overlay only. Read Only. from Demos as Above.
Read Only. Read/Write by EWF. 63Conclusions. Windows XP Embedded can
29RAM Reg Overlay. EWF configuration is be booted from a variety of media Besides
skipped in FBA EWF is added to registry using a standard hard drive, it can be
after FBA and enabled Useful: Where media booted from a CD-ROM and solid state media
is not partition-able For removable media such as Compact Flash and Flash drives
such as CF, USB Minimizing CF write cycles Solid state boot media make the system
Can commit Overlay to disk if it is physically more robust Windows XP Embedded
writeable. Read/Write by EWF. Read Only. can be booted from read-only media which
RAM. Disk. Partition 1. Registry. C:\. EWF has significant reliability and security
Overlay. EWF config info stored in benefits Windows XP Embedded systems can
Registry. Protected Volume. also be booted from a saved hibernation
30Note on EWF API. There is an API for state which facilitates fast boot up
programmatic use of EWF overlays eg. Network boot of Windows XP Embedded
Sample app: facilitates a network of diskless systems to be used.
sp?url=/library/en-us/dnXPesp1/html/EWFAPI 64Resources. MSDN Training Course 2545C:
asp EWF API is part of Windows XP Embedded Some Books (Search on web):
install: Include EWF API Component in MSDN-Embedded-XPe Website: MSDN Library:
Windows XP Embedded build Use EWFAPI.DLL,
EWFAPI.LIB, EWFAPI.H in programming oups/en-us/default.aspx Search for
EWFAPI.LIB on Windows XP Embedded SP2 is "Windows XP Embedded"
incorrect file Update: (May 2003 Q818822): "General Discussion" Windows XP Embedded Step by Step, Beau Cseri,
s/xp/impQFE/default.aspx May also need Annabooks/Rtc Books January 2003 Windows
Power Management API: Shutdown, Restart, XP Embedded Advanced , Sean D. Liming,
etc. functionality XPEPM.LIB, XPEPM.DLL, Annabooks/Rtc Books, October 2003.
Disk 1. Pembedded /default.aspx.
31Booting Windows XP Embedded from a
Hard Drive. David Jones RMIT University sp?url=/library/en-us/dnanchor/
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 300: html/XPembedded.asp.
Developing Windows Embedded Devices. 65Resources. XPe Newsgroup: Windows XP
Demonstrate booting a preconfigured Embedded Team Blog: Mikehall's Embedded
Windows XP Embedded from a hard drive: WEBlog: Flash Drives that boot XPe. Need
with overlays. developer resources on this subject?
32Booting Windows XP Embedded from CF. "Developing Solutions for Microsoft
33CF Types. Consumer Grade Meant for use Windows XP Embedded"
in consumer devices as removable bulk data
storage That is, cameras, PDAs, phones
300K read-writes OEM For use in embedded
systems Wear-levelling Hardware algorithm Stop by the MED Content Publishing Team
than avoids continuous rewrites to same Station in the Microsoft Pavilion or visit
location. Industrial grade Wider the MED Content Publishing Team Wiki site:
temperature ranges Consumer grade CF are
less expensive. 66Contact: David Jones RMIT University,
34CF Issues. Pros and Cons ?Solid state Melbourne Victoria, Australia School of
? Robust ? Removable ? Can be adapted for Electrical & Computer Engineering
IDE (CF-IDE adapter) ? May need to mark as
non-removable in IDE mode ? Need vendor
utility ?Limited write cycles (300K) ? 67© 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All
Wear-levelling in (some ?) OEM/Industrial rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows,
grade CF ? Slower than diskonchip because Windows Vista and other product names are
of lack of DMA SanDisk SanDisk is inventor or may be registered trademarks and/or
of CF They provide consumer grade and OEM trademarks in the U.S. and/or other
CF Not industry grade CF (Temperature countries. The information herein is for
range aspect) Flash Drives that boot informational purposes only and represents
Windows XP Embedded the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation.
35Using CF in an Embedded System. CF has Because Microsoft must respond to changing
OS so is read by CPU Replaces hard disk of market conditions, it should not be
desktop system Issues: Want to minimise interpreted to be a commitment on the part
writes to CF though Marking CF as fixed of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot
Need to get OS onto CF USB CF Adapter. HD guarantee the accuracy of any information
Power. CF In true ID mode. CF to IDE provided after the date of this
Adapter. IDE Channel. CPU. CF Pin 9 presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO
36True IDE Mode: Fixed Disk Mode. When AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS
pin 9 of CF is low it boot up the CF PRESENTATION.
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