WHQL PNP tests failing at RebootForDeviceRecovery step

Lokesh Prajapati 61 Reputation points
2021-03-03T17:55:58.53+00:00

I am currently testing our new drivers for a PCIe Network Adapter using WHQL suite against a Windows Server 2019 machine. Four of the Device Fundamentals tests fail at the same RebootForDeviceRecovery step. Logs aren't helpful enough to figure out how to fix the drivers to pass these tests. Is there a way for me to understand what exactly RebootForDeviceRecovery step does so I can trace the process step by step?

Any general guidance about how to make driver behave properly to pass that step would be much appreciated.

The failing tests are:
DF - Concurrent Hardware And Operating System (CHAOS) Test (Development and Integration)
DF - Concurrent Hardware And Operating System (CHAOS) Test (Reliability)
DF - PNP Surprise Remove Device Test (Development and Integration)
DF - PNP Surprise Remove Device Test (Reliability)

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  1. Cymon Kilmer -MSFT 801 Reputation points
    2021-03-04T17:57:02.237+00:00

    Take a look at this documentation as it has a lot of useful information about the DF tests.

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/test/hlk/testref/device-devfund-additional-documentation

    Also ensure that the playlist is loaded so tests that are not required for WHCP will be removed.
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/test/hlk/#download-windows-hardware-compatibility-playlist

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