Windows CE Base Team Blog

Windows CE kernel and storage technologies and system tools.

June, 2005

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    Boot Persistence Terminology

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    Posted by: Sue Loh Today I was describing what "warm boot," "cold boot," and "clean boot" mean to someone, and it turned out that it was a more complicated topic to understand than I had realized. So I figured I should share it. Luckily that "someone...
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    How to use GetTickCount

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    Posted by: Sue Loh No, no, no, before you even say it, I'm not writing this in response to any of Jack Crenshaw's columns . Actually this time it's more to augment them. You see his columns do make one very true point (more than one, but only one I...
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    CeLog corruption

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    Posted by: Sue Loh CeLog file corruption is a squirrely problem I haven't tracked down a reason for yet. I have never had a device that produced corruption for me, not in any reproducible manner (if ever, I can't remember hitting corruption myself...
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    Announcing the Windows CE Base Team blog

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    Posted by: Sue Loh This blog will be used for posts by the Microsoft Windows CE "base" team, comprising the kernel and storage areas of the OS. I'd say that it was low-low-low where you can't get any lower level in the OS than us, but the BSP team...
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    Sue Loh: Introducing myself

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    Since I'm asking everyone else to post a bio, I figured I should, too. I'm a developer on the Windows CE base team here at Microsoft. I've been working here since 1999. When I started on the team (fresh out of college) I began by putting the instrumentation...
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    Monte Carlo Profiler -- symbols for assembly functions

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    Posted by: Sue Loh I recently became aware of a detail about assembly functions showing up in the Monte Carlo profiler. I was involved in a discussion where someone was having trouble getting profiler hits for assembly functions. They could see the...
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