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    I've been rethinking about getting a SBC setup, and i've looked around, but i think most of them do not support windows xp, probably embedded OS only. So how can you tell which one would support windows xp?

  • #2
    Most x86 boards support WinXP. Often there is a driver download section for each board, have a look see what is there.
    Old Systems retired due to new car
    New system at design/prototype stage on BeagleBoard.

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    • #3
      I have an older Advantech 3.5" SBC (Celeron 600....) Runs XP fine, a bit slow, but it works.

      I think they're a great way to go.

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      • #4
        check out eurotech/arcom, they have some good products arcom.com, the products seam to be good

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        • #5
          Hey,
          I am using Commell's LS-372 (very powerfull) SBC, 3.5" support for core 2 duo meroms, etc. Fairly expensive though, but, certainly, there are many industrial SBCs out there, Advantech to name one one other.....

          You pay for the small footprint though, but the boards are worth it - very good support, and stable Bioses.

          Br,
          MrBean
          F6 Tornado Project Log ; HP Blackbird Watercooled Server

          Beta Tester for Centrafuse and 3dConnexion (No business affiliation with either)

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          • #6
            always wonder how fast they resume? more specifically the post time.
            Right now, my foxconn mobo has zero post time, and i don't wanna loose that.

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            • #7
              I use Portwell boards at work... (PIII/P4/Core 2 Duo's) all of which we multi-platform on 2000/XP/Suse/Fedora.
              Setup:
              Dynaudio 240GT
              PPI PC4100, PPI PC2350
              Zapco DSP6
              ADS DAC
              Testing new board (Albatron KI690-AM2)

              "I dont know if complaints were filed, or mistakes were made, but feelings were hurt." -Krystal Washington

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