1C_Test.txt Driver File Contents (USB300M_Driver.zip)
Driver Package File Name: USB300M_Driver.zip
WIndows CE 6.0 Test Kit (CETK 6.0)
One-Card Network Card Miniport Driver Test
REM tux -o -d ndt_1c -c "-t test_adapter ..."
REM -t adapter : Adapter to test (e.g. NE20001)
REM -nounbind : Do not unbind protocols from the test adapter
REM -fault : Run 1c_FaultHandling test (default false)
REM -cancel : Check result for 1c_CancelSend (default false)
REM -nostress : Skip stress tests (default false)
REM -fullmulti : Run 1c_SetMulticast with maximal number of addresses
REM Do not use the Vmini network interface with this test.
REM The Vmini interface disables your KITL connection to the Windows CE¡Vbased device.
REM Miniport NDIS Adapters
REM Name Medium
REM AX887721 Ethernet 802.3
REM VMINI1 Ethernet 802.3
tux -o -d ndt_1c -c "-t AX887721"
Note: The WinCE 5.0 CETK One-Card Network Card Miniport Driver Test has
one problem as described below:
The CETK server will be disconnected with the target device every time
while the 1c_SuspendResume test is going to the point as descibed below.
Because the CETK server is already disconnected with the target device,
the test results file will not be created by the CETK server even though
all of the One-Card Network Card Miniport Driver Test items are completed
with any errors. This issue is also happened on NE2000 adapter loaded
with WinCE 5.0 default "NE2000-compatible [ISA card]" driver.
So I assume this is an CETK 5.0 issue.
*** TEST STARTING
*** Test Name: 1c_SuspendResume
*** Test ID: 11
*** Library Path: \ndt_1c.dll
*** Command Line: -t NE20001
*** Random Seed: 25617
*** Thread Count: 0
BEGIN TEST: "1c_SuspendResume", Threads=0, Seed=25617
43d5c062: ndt_1c Msg: Start 1c_SusRes (Suspend/Resume) test on the
43d5c062: ndt_1c Msg: Enabling the Wake up source : SYSINTR_RTC_ALARM
43d5c062: ndt_1c Msg: Suspending the system 1 time
This issue has been confirmed to be a CETK 5.0 issue by Microsoft CETK team.
They will fix this issue in the future. Below are the solutions to avoid
this situation suggested by Microsoft,
1. Make sure the CETK Clientside.exe program is NOT currently running on
2. Start Windows CE Test Kit (CETK) on the desktop machine.
3. Select "Start client..." from the "Connection" menu.
4. On the "Device Connection" dialog, make sure the "Use Windows Sockets
for the client/server communication." checkbox is NOT checked.
5. Click "Connect..." to get the connection to Windows CE target device.
6. On the "Select a Windows CE Device" dialog, select the device you are
connecting to (typically "Default Device") and click OK.
7. Select "Windows CE Device Driver Test Kit" and click right mouse key
to select "Deselect All Tests".
8. Expand the "Ethernet" test items under "Windows CE Device Driver Test Kit".
9. Select "One-Card Network Card Miniport Driver Test" and click right mouse key
to select "Edit Command Line...". Enter <tux -o -d ndt_1c -c "-t AX887721">
command on the Edit Command Line dialog and click OK.
10.Select "Windows CE Device Driver Test Kit" and click right mouse key
to select "Start Tests" to start the Ethernet testings.