Kontron Embedded Comp Driver


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Kontron Embedded Comp Driver

When creating a Windows XP Embedded image using the Target Designer tool fromMicrosoft's Windows Embedded Studio, you can select the components that youwish to add to your image. The added components will be installedautomatically during the first boot on the Windows XP Embedded target on whichthe image is loaded.

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To automatically install the required WinDriver files — such as thewindrvr6.inf file and the WinDriver kernel driver that it installs(windrvr6.sys), your device INF file (for aPlug-and-Play device — PCI/PCMCIA), and the WinDriver API DLL(wdapi1140.dll) — onWindows XP Embedded platforms, you can create a relevant WinDriver component andadd it to your Windows XP Embedded image.
WinDriver simplifies this task for you by providing you with a ready-madecomponent: WinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwindriver.sld.
To use the provided component, follow the steps below.

The provided windriver.sld component relies on the existence of awd_files directory in the same directory that holds thecomponent. Therefore, do not rename the provided WinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwd_filesdirectory or modify its contents, unless instructed to so in the followingguidelines.

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  1. For a Plug-and-Play device (PCI/PCMCIA) — modify thedev.inf file:
    The windriver.sld component depends on the existence of adev.inf file in the wd_files directory. TheWinDriver installation on your development Windows platform contains a genericWinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwd_filesdev.inf file. Use either of the following methods to modifythis file to suit your device:
    • Modify the generic dev.inf file to describe your device. Atthe very least, you must modify the template [DeviceList]entry and insert your device's hardware type and vendor and productIDs. For example, fora PCI device with vendor ID 0x1111 and product ID 0x2222:
      'my_dev_pci'=Install, PCIVEN_1111&DEV_2222
    • Create an INF file for your device using DriverWizard (refer toSection 4.2, Step 3) and name itdev.inf, or use an INF for one of WinDriver's enhanced-supportchipsets [7] that suits your card and rename itto dev.inf. Then copy your dev.inf device INFfile to the WinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwd_files directory.
    • For a non-Plug-and-Play (ISA) device — remove thedev.inf installation from the WinDriver component: Removeor comment-out the following line in the installation fileWinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwd_fileswd_install.bat (to comment-out the line, add twocolons — :: — at the beginning of the line):wdreg -inf dev.inf install
  2. Add the WinDriver component to the Windows Embedded Component Database:
    1. Open the Windows Embedded Component Database Manager (DBMgr).
    2. Click Import.
    3. Select the WinDriver component —
      WinDriverredistxp_embeddedwd_componentwindriver.sld — as the SLD file and clickImport.
  3. Add the WinDriver component to your Windows XP Embedded image:
    1. Open your project in the Target Designer.
    2. Double-click the WinDriver component to add it to your project.
      Note: If you already have an earlier version of the WinDriver component inyour project's components list, right-click this component and selectUpgrade.
    3. Run a dependency check and build your image.

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After following these steps, WinDriver will automatically be installed duringthe first boot on the target Windows XP Embedded platform on which your imageis loaded.

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If you have selected to rename the WinDriver kernel module [15.2], you will not be able to use the providedwindriver.sld component. You can build your own component for the renameddriver, or use the wdreg utility to installthe driver on the target Windows XP Embedded platform, as explained in themanual.