Debugging UMDF Driver Installation

The framework's co-installer creates debugging messages. You can see these messages in a debugger if you are running a checked build of Windows.

Additionally, the co-installer writes its debugging messages to the Setup action log (%windir%\setupact.log) file. The Setup action log contains the version of the co-installer and the driver specified in the driver's INF file. You should verify that these are as expected. For example, the following output in the Setup action log describes a successful driver installation.


WudfUpdate: installing version (1,9,0,7100).
WudfUpdate: Checking for presence of previous UMDF installation.
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\wudfrd.sys version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\wudfpf.sys version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfhost.exe version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfsvc.dll version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfx.dll version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfplatform.dll version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfcoinstaller.dll version (1.9.0.7100)
WudfUpdate: UMDF installation is same as update. WudfUpdate: Loading configuration coinstaller from D:\Windows\system32\wudfcoinstaller.dll.
WudfCoInstaller: ReadWdfSection: Checking WdfSection [Echo_Install.NT.Wdf]
WudfCoInstaller: Configuring UMDF Service  WUDFEchoDriver.
WudfCoInstaller: Service WudfSvc is already running.
WudfCoInstaller: Final status: error(0) The operation completed successfully.



In the above scenario, no update is necessary because the on-disk version of the runtime is UMDF 1.9, which is the same as the version of the co-installer.

Consider the following output, which details an unsuccessful installation.


WudfUpdate: installing version (1,9,0,7100).
WudfUpdate: Checking for presence of previous UMDF installation.
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\wudfrd.sys version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\drivers\wudfpf.sys version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfhost.exe version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfsvc.dll version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfx.dll version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfplatform.dll version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: Found binary %WINDIR%\system32\wudfcoinstaller.dll version (1.5.0.6000)
WudfUpdate: UMDF installation is older than current.
WudfUpdate: Locating resource stream WUDF_UPDATE_VISTA-RTM.
WudfUpdate: unpacking update from resource to Microsoft User-Mode Driver Framework Install-v1.9-Vista.msu.
WudfUpdate: Temporary path is D:\Windows\Temp\WDF7625.tmp.
WudfUpdate: Invoking update "%SYSTEMROOT%\system32\wusa.exe" with command line "D:\Windows\Temp\WDF7625.tmp\Microsoft User-Mode Driver Framework Install-v1.9-Vista.msu /quiet /norestart".
WudfUpdate: Waiting for update to terminate.
WudfUpdate: Update process returned 22.
WudfUpdate: update returned error 0x16 - error(22) The device does not recognize the command.
WudfUpdate: For additional information please look at the log files %windir%\windowsupdate.log and %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log
WudfUpdate: Cleaning up update.
WudfUpdate: Error updating UMDF - error(22) The device does not recognize the command. Aborting installation.



In this scenario, the on-disk version of the UMDF runtime was older than the version of the co-installer. However, in this case the update was unsuccessful. The co-installer points to additional log files where you can find more information regarding the reason for the failure.

 

 

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