Runtime image build errors


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Guest

Hi
i am new to embedded xp.i developed one runtime image. i follow the
following steps.

1. Using Component Designer i import .pmq file and prepared .sld file
2.using Component DataManager imported .sld file into the database
3.using Target analyzer i add my component (My Device).and build it.before
build i check depedencies it says that no errors.
then i try to build but it give 303 errors.

some are ..

Error 1109: Component: "ACPI Multiprocessor PC [Version 5.1.2600.1106,
R1507]" requires at least one additional enabled component not in the
configuration
Error 1109: Component: "ACPI Multiprocessor PC [Version 5.1.2600.1106,
R1507]" requires an additional enabled component not in the configuration

and i tried to load this custom image but in boot time following error is
occurred

"Windows could not start because the following is missing or corrupt
<Windows root> \system32\hal.dll
Please re-install a copy of the above file."

please tell me how i resolve the build errors produced by target analyzer.

thanks in advance
ravi
 
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D

David Harris

Ravi

It sounds as though you have only included the one component (your hardware) in
your configuration and then performed a dependency check. There are two main
parts to any XPe configuration.

1) The hardware support (as provided by your My Device component).
2) The o/s support and application(s) to run on that hardware.

If you do not include the needed components in both those categories then your
o/s will not run.

To demonstrate this try adding one of the 'Design Templates' to your
configuration (e.g. Network Attached Storage). That will provide all the
additional components needed to produce an o/s that will run on your hardware.

David
 
G

Guest

Thanks David. actaully problem is i canot give the sharing permissions to
"repositories" directory. now it is successfully builded.

but it is not booted . the puter give the error

"Stop 0x000007B (0xF779ED63C , 0X C0000034, 0X0000000, 0X0000000)"

any idea?????

David Harris said:
Ravi

It sounds as though you have only included the one component (your hardware) in
your configuration and then performed a dependency check. There are two main
parts to any XPe configuration.

1) The hardware support (as provided by your My Device component).
2) The o/s support and application(s) to run on that hardware.

If you do not include the needed components in both those categories then your
o/s will not run.

To demonstrate this try adding one of the 'Design Templates' to your
configuration (e.g. Network Attached Storage). That will provide all the
additional components needed to produce an o/s that will run on your hardware.

David


ravi said:
Hi
i am new to embedded xp.i developed one runtime image. i follow the
following steps.

1. Using Component Designer i import .pmq file and prepared .sld file
2.using Component DataManager imported .sld file into the database
3.using Target analyzer i add my component (My Device).and build it.before
build i check depedencies it says that no errors.
then i try to build but it give 303 errors.

some are ..

Error 1109: Component: "ACPI Multiprocessor PC [Version 5.1.2600.1106,
R1507]" requires at least one additional enabled component not in the
configuration
Error 1109: Component: "ACPI Multiprocessor PC [Version 5.1.2600.1106,
R1507]" requires an additional enabled component not in the configuration

and i tried to load this custom image but in boot time following error is
occurred

"Windows could not start because the following is missing or corrupt
<Windows root> \system32\hal.dll
Please re-install a copy of the above file."

please tell me how i resolve the build errors produced by target analyzer.

thanks in advance
ravi
 
G

Guest

Hi flo thanks a lot. i created .pmq file using tap.exe. then it booted
successfully.
but again problem that it is booted but logon is the problem. it doesnt got
to the log on screen.

any other components needs to be addede???
 
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G

Guest

Hi flo
Thanks a lot, now i successfully load the winxp operating system.

thanks again
 

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