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Last Post 15 Jun 2004 02:16 PM by  mikee@logicpd.com
ordinal number missing
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mpinton
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27 May 2004 12:24 PM
    Hi,
    I have a RAM-based image I have created that is giving me the following
    errors:
    Output from Platform Builder Debug Window:
    Kernel debugger is waiting to connect with target.
    0 PID:0 TID:0 Sp=ffffc7cc


    Welcome to the Windows CE Shell. Type ? for help.

    2459 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 ERROR: function @ Ordinal 347 missing in Module 'coredll.dll'
    2459 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 !!! Please Check your SYSGEN variable !!!
    2701 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 ERROR: function @ Ordinal 353 missing in Module 'coredll.dll'
    2702 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 !!! Please Check your SYSGEN variable !!!
    2836 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 ERROR: function @ Ordinal 353 missing in Module 'coredll.dll'
    2836 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 !!! Please Check your SYSGEN variable !!!
    3007 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 ERROR: function @ Ordinal 353 missing in Module 'coredll.dll'
    3007 PID:81bd0a0a TID:81bedb56 !!! Please Check your SYSGEN variable !!!

    The same configuration as a RAM-based debug image works fine. This is a display-based configuration and in the retail case I don't get a display, and when I connected to it via the Remote Registry Viewer I noticed in that a whole bunch of Registry keys are missing, especially driver keys.

    It looks like it's device.exe that is sending out the error messages. How do I chase down this error?
    TIA,
    /michel
    mpinton
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    01 Jun 2004 02:14 PM
    FYI - I finally figured out what was going on here. Something totally non-related in the build environment.
    /michel
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    15 Jun 2004 02:16 PM
    Glad you found your problem. Please don't get too discouraged, I've worked with Platform Builder for a _very_ long time and things like that just happen now and then. You never know when something really obscure is going to ruin your whole day

    When I get really stumped, I tend to go straight to the newsgroups at:

    http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=...latbuilder

    Regards,

    --mikee
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