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Not to be able to build an image for arm based sbc

Not to be able to build an image for arm based sbc

Not to be able to build an image for arm based sbc

I have been trying to build a wince 5 image for my arm based qq2440 sbc for a long time.But i have still not to been able to build.
In fact there are ready bsp-smdk2440 and platform builder project file in the sbc's cd.
And there are ready wince 5 images for downloading directly, too.
If i use a ready image to install, i can see a volume as "FriendlyARM" for nandflash.
But if i install the bsp and (after importing the .cec file to the pb, of course) build the ready pbxml file and install the new NK.bin, unfortunately, i can't see any volume for nandflash.

My main purpose is to have persistent storage on the sbc.
And if i don't err, i have to have a nandflash driver for
this.And there is a nadflash driver in the bsp.
But i suppose that something is wrong about this.Because in the platfrom builder, there is a message as "Required" near the nandflash driver under catalog->bsp.But it seems to be added in the project if we look the design view in th pb.
However, when i click a file under this driver, i get a prompt as "the packages may be missing for building the driver".
So, what does it mean?Which step is required or wrong?

Really, the time has been too long for this function.
Please help!

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