NDISTEST - USB device can not be tested on a laptop??


P

Pavel A.

I run ndistest v. 4.3.30 (from HCT 11.2) on a laptop, and WHQLConfigCheck.wsf fails with this
message -
"USB bus devices cannot be tested on a laptop!"
What is the point of requiring dual CPU machine for testing USB devices?
When this requirement first appeared?
Does a laptop with HT CPU count as a dual cpu machine?

Thanks,
- PA
 
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Robert Harper [MSFT]

Please refer to the system requirements for Network Devices in the
HCTHelp.chm. Under the section LAN Devices\LAN device testing overview\ the
document states the hardware requirements for the client system. This
requirement was documented in the HCT 9.502 documents and is not a new
requirement.

Presently, laptops with HT will not qualify for USB network device testing.
From the document:

For client system:

One test system with the following:

a.. Dual Intel Pentium II, or equivalent, minimum 450 MHz microprocessors
Thanks,
Robert Harper
WHQLNET



Pavel A. said:
I run ndistest v. 4.3.30 (from HCT 11.2) on a laptop, and
WHQLConfigCheck.wsf fails with this
 
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