Whether need to insert all memory cards into card reader during the whole test? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi Mr./Ms.

    Pls give help here.

    Regarding Win8 WHCK test. My test device is USB Mass Storage Device(USB 2.0 Card Reader ) that provides 5 luns (Logic Unit Number), which supports  CompactFlash TM,   Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo TM, Secure Digital TM, and xD-Picture Card TM etc.

    Submission Type: Device

    Category: Device Logo

    Sub Category:  Storage > Removable Storage

    Question as below.

    Do I need to insert all memory cards into card reader during the whole test?

    Or just based on the WHCK tool’s prompt to plug memory card for the special test item.? If no prompt to plug the memory card, It isn’t one must to plug any memory card during the test, right?

    Thanks for your kind help.

    Regards RockyKuai

    Wednesday, October 17, 2012 8:36 AM


  • Looking at the test description, "Step 5 place media in every port of the test device", this should be done before you start the test;

    Full test description;


    Configuring the Test Computer

    To configure the test computer for your test device, follow these steps:

    1. Install the appropriate Windows operating system on the test computer, and then configure the computer for your test network. The test network is the network that contains Windows HCK Studio and Windows HCK Controller.
    2. Install the test device and any accessories.
    3. If you must install the manufacturer-supplied device driver on the test computer, do this now.
    4. If the test device is connected through a USB port, connect the USB 2.0 controller to the high-speed USB 2.0 hub, and then connect the test device to the downstream port of the high-speed USB 2.0 hub.
      Don't connect the USB test device directly to the root hub of the USB 2.0 controller.

    5. Place media in every port of the test device.
    6. Verify that the removable storage device functions correctly on the test computer.
    7. Install the Windows HCK client application on the test computer.
    8. Use Windows HCK Studio to create a computer pool, and then move the test computer to that pool.

    Friday, October 19, 2012 3:00 PM