I have to debug power supply hardware for work and I don't know how to use the Microsoft Windows CE debugger. I'm pretty much clueless on debugging all together. I've programmed before but don't have much experience on debugging. I need someone to give me some step by step instructions on how to debug hardware using Microsoft Windows CE (Embedded visual C++ 4.0). I need someone to be able to read a schematic and show me where to put the voltmeter to read certain voltages and show me how to run the debugger to see if switches are opening and closing on the hardware. I need someone to be able to give me good instruction in English and give me a few screenshots on where to put breakpoints in the code. I'd supply the code.
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Microsoft Windows CE (Embedded Visual C++), Debugger knowledge, Schematics, good english, how to test hardware.