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How to create a .nb0 for an WinCE image using the platform builder

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Hello I'm using and Standard Board for an special application. The manufacturer send me the tools for load the flash image to the board and this procedure needs a .nb0 file.  I'm building the image with the Platform Builder but I don't know how to create the .nb0 for this image.  Somebody can help to make this .nb0 for my WinCE image?
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by:umahesh
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Once you build your project in platform builder, you get nk.bin and eboot.nb0 files in the release folder. Use the .nb0 file.
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Thanks for your help.  I'm confuse about this becuase I don't know if using the platform builder connected to the target I can load the image to the board.  I know that I can connect a target using Ethernet or USB cable but my problem is with the manufacturer because he didn't give any facility for connect the board to a PC and I'm looking for another manufacturer and almost all the boards are connected using USB or Ethernet.

By the way, I have another problem.  I want to use a USB Webcam using WinCE 5.0 but I couldn't find any camera with the driver for WinCE.  Do you know about any camera that I would use in WinCE 5.0 or a Webcam manufacturer that has this dirver.

Thanks in advance, Juan  
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umahesh earned 125 total points
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About loading .nb0 to board, the normal practice is to download it using JTAG. You must be having JTAG port on board and tool to download binary file on it.

About USB Webcam, the guy who has shared the source says that he is using Logitech device.
Please follow the link for more information (white paper also available)
http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=0eb87e35-13e4-4fa3-9fde-71e9136f47de
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