In order to get Windows Embedded CE to run on a specific hardware you need to have what is called a Board Support Package. This one contains drivers and low layers for the OS specific to a board.
Whether you develop your own BSP or get one from a SV or IHV, you install it on top of your Windows Embedded CE 6 toolkit which allows you to build, deploy and debug OS images for your hardware.
You can find the list of available BSPs for Windows Embedded CE 6 on this page. Note that there are 160 of them!
my email is firstname.lastname@example.org and id like to talk to you about my new embedded CE netbook.....i cant even see your links to these bsps....do i have any hope? lol
You the link to the BSP search page is on the work "page".
There is little chance an OEM will provide the BSP for a consumer device such as a netbook running Windows CE if this is what you are looking for...
Let me know what questions you have with regards to your netbook.