What do you mean by "how to embed the OS ?"
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I hope this helps.
J. Felix McNulty
Community Moderator (Intel contractor)
I have a few recommendations-
1. XP drivers are normally able to operate on Win7 in XPDM mode. That means you do not get an Aero fatures but the US15W is not recommended for Aero anyway. This is normally how I run US15w with Win7.
2. We do offer a Windows 7 specific driver but you might need to look around for it on the EDC downloads.
3. We have started to shift our embedded Atom focus to the Intel(r) EMGD graphics driver. It has a few advantages on Atom over IEGD.
4. For help to "embed" WES7, your best resource is going to be the source of the operating system. Our drivers are designed to be made available in the Embedded OS build catalogs. Some details can be found in the EMGD (or IEGD) User's Guide, but primarily Microsoft and MSDN will be your best source of information on how to use the embeddeding capabilites of their O/S.
Hope this help!
I am glad EMGD worked for you.
As for the LVDS specs, we deal with that issue constantly. I have come to the opinion that LCD manufacturers do not want you to know how to use their products.
We designed CED (the EMGD Configuration EDitor) to be as flexible as possible when creating a "custom DTD" for a panel. We provide numerous ways to enter data into CED for the panel timing where we have tried to reflect all of the various ways we have seen the panel data provided when we could get it. That includes all the way down to accepting the mode line. What complicates it is that all the panel manufactureres seem to use different terms for the different details (and we have tried to comprehend that in CED). You sort of just need to look at the info you have and see where it matches up to the explainations we provide in CED and the User's Guide and give it a go. The other thing you could do is to contact the panel manufacturer and ASK them to provide the info. The Modeline may be the best thing to ask for there.
The other thing that could get you going is to set up a "simple parameters" with eh Horizontal, vertical and refresh and let CED take a try at the parameters.
Also, another thing to keep in mind is that you may need to set up our T1 through T5 sequencing timing as the CHi Mei panels seem most sensitive to those values. Keep in mind you also need to match up OUR definition with the manufacturers as me use the most common definitions for those values whereas some manufactures define THEIR T1 through T5 (or T6) differently.
Hi Kirk I know what you mean I am sure the T1-T5 info is in here somewhere just trying to find what is what, is the issue,, The values EMGD put in seem to work well but it would be good to know what they are supposed to be not sure if CMI are intentionaly difficult but we had to get the BIOS rewritten to get any sort of display out the unit (I suspect this was changing the timing data but i was just sent an update for the baord).