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Windows XP Embedded Advanced [Paperback]

Sean D. Liming
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Oct. 1 2003
Providing an advanced treatment of Windows XP Embedded, this guide allows engineers to use their own development and target computer systems as they work through the book. Included are instructions for installing the development tools, building a first XP Embedded operating system, downloading it to the target device, and running the newly created OS from the target. Also provided are insights on developing Windows XP Embedded images. In addition, key differences between Windows XP Embedded and NT Embedded, its immediate predecessor, are covered, as are recent updates to the operating system. All of the development tools are covered, including embedded features such as headless operation, booting from CD-ROM, and remote access and administration. An advanced topics section provides detailed instruction on subjects such as boot-time reduction, booting from flash memory devices, multiprocessor systems, and dual video systems.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Purchase and worth the money July 10 2004
By kevin
Format:Paperback
Having been a programmer for 20 years or so, I have a solid background regarding computers, and computing systems. However when faced with using XPe, it was a matter of learning the development studio and tools ASAP. This book did just that. Within 6 hours of recieving the book, I had my first XPe OS in the target system running. This book is a "hands-on" adventure that reads well; it's not too simple that it doesn't get you where you need to be, yet not so techi intense that it puts your to sleep. My complements to Mr. Liming on a job well done!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Purchase and worth the money July 10 2004
By kevin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Having been a programmer for 20 years or so, I have a solid background regarding computers, and computing systems. However when faced with using XPe, it was a matter of learning the development studio and tools ASAP. This book did just that. Within 6 hours of recieving the book, I had my first XPe OS in the target system running. This book is a "hands-on" adventure that reads well; it's not too simple that it doesn't get you where you need to be, yet not so techi intense that it puts your to sleep. My complements to Mr. Liming on a job well done!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book Sept. 7 2004
By D. Ingrey - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I purchased this book after spending days trying to find information about Embedded XP on the web, before reading this book I was struggling to get a working XPe image. The book arrived and by the next day I had the image booting and running.

If you need to create images as I did that run on Flash memory then this book is a requirement. Everything is explained in a detailed way and the common error message section has saved me hours of work trying to find out what is wrong.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A very useful book for beginners. July 27 2013
By Lev Kiperchensky - Published on Amazon.com
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Not enough information like how-to.It's It's not easy to quess what components to choose when you want to add any feature or service.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good WES resource June 6 2011
By Cal Cluff - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good resource taking you beyond what is available on line. It has plenty of step-by-step instructions to get you through the idiosyncrasies of Windows. I did have a few issues that were "more advanced" than what the book provided. The author (Liming) returned my phone call and pointed me on the right path. I would recommend this book for anyone creating a Windows (XP) embedded deployment.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! Oct. 17 2007
By Chuck Biggs - Published on Amazon.com
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Very easy to understand. Mr Liming provides all the tools (or lets you know where they can be procured) that you need. This book fulfilled my needs perfectly where I am developing an embedded processor on a device with flash memory as the boot and disk drive.
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