File system driver fails on Pnpdtest...


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Guest

Hi there,

I'm currently using DTM to achive windows logo certification, everything is
OK but Plung and play test. I've tried to run this test manually and even so
I don't get any valid results.
My doubt is as follows: do I have to run this test on my driver? I mean,
this driver is not plug-and-play at all, even when I manually run this test
and its dialog shows up the driver is not present in any of the available
lists so I cannot do anything. I'm really confused about this issue and
haven't found any tip over the internet, for that reason I would appreciate
any help that sheds any light on the problem.

Thank you all.
 
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Adrian Accinelli

Alvaro said:
Hi there,

I'm currently using DTM to achive windows logo certification, everything
is
OK but Plung and play test. I've tried to run this test manually and even
so
I don't get any valid results.
My doubt is as follows: do I have to run this test on my driver? I mean,
this driver is not plug-and-play at all, even when I manually run this
test
and its dialog shows up the driver is not present in any of the available
lists so I cannot do anything. I'm really confused about this issue and
haven't found any tip over the internet, for that reason I would
appreciate
any help that sheds any light on the problem.

Thank you all.

In future I suggest posting DTM failures/issues to the new group
microsoft.public.development.device.drivers. I've also posted there so I
suggest any followups should make there way there as well...

I was told by DTM support that if you do not have a PnP ID that when you
upload your submission CPK package that you need to specify "DTM Errata ID
295" in your DTM WHQL readme file. This essentially should allow you to
"skip" the pnpdtest results.

Keep in mind it's up to Microsoft to approve any errata use and this policy
could change at any time...

Sincerely,
Adrian Accinelli
 

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