No it is an actual USB audio device locally connected (USB 2). I am using
an older Lenovo X240 for the test.
Den man. 1. jul. 2019 kl. 19.14 skrev Tim Roberts <timr@xxxxxxxxx>:
Michael Johansen wrote:
I am doing Windows 7 HCK testing on a USB audio driver.
One of the tests fails with this error:
Message 7-1-2019 2:06:50.887 authParam.NumFailures = 5, expected at
Message 7-1-2019 2:06:50.887 Failure condition: usbccgp.sys could not
be detected in the list of expected failed drivers
What am I doing wrong here?
Is this an actual USB device, or are you using a USB remoting solution,
like USB-over-Ethernet? Or, is this a USB 3 device? Windows 7 did not
have USB 3 support, so whatever USB 3 driver stack you have was provided
by the host controller manufacturer, not by Microsoft, and that means
usbccgp.sys is not present. If your computer has a USB 2 port, you
should try plugging in your device there.
Tim Roberts, timr@xxxxxxxxx
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.