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Hello Everybody, I am working on Win CE 5.0 platform builder (evaluation version). I have created a new bsp and sysgen ---build and sysgen the image with zero errors however when i set the conectivity options for emulator(with debug release) and attach the device the emulator does not come up with my image. It gives me the following error message dialog box :- "The specified CE boot image could not be loaded. Your virtual machine may not have enough RAM allocated. Try increasing the RAM allocation (if you are using Platform Builder open the Configure Remote Services dialog, choose the Emulator Download service, and click the configure button). ". could anyone guide me on what needs to be done to get this issue resolved. Thankyou, Regards, Anurag S.Ambedkar
ASKED: October 21, 2005  10:37 AM
UPDATED: February 2, 2006  11:58 AM

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I have the same problem with amount of ram.
Emulator_500.exe /memorysize 256 /vmid {6F5AE65B-98FF-46A9-A0E1-29B82C9779D4} ppc2003.cem

do you obtain working ppc2003 or wmobile5.0 ???
i working with device emulator..but ce emulator is more rapid.

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