Convertible testing
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Convertible testing

This topic describes tests for convertibles.

Dn457876.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifGPIO driver test

  1. Open Device Manager and expand Human Interface Devices.
  2. Search for the GPIO indicator driver.

    Validation: "GPIO Laptop or Slate Indicator Driver" should show in the list.

Dn457876.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifDetermine whether the touchscreen is correctly detected

  • The system must have a properly working touchscreen for all further testing; this test is a pre-condition.

    Validation: The Taskbar should display the Touchscreen Keyboard icon.

    If the Touchscreen Keyboard icon does not display, there must be an error in the touchscreen detection, or a problem higher in the stack that causes the touch keyboard to not function properly.

Dn457876.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifLaptop to slate conversion

  1. Reboot or power on with the system in laptop mode (keyboard accessible). This should be the system-provided keyboard rather than a port dock. Port docking is tested separately.
  2. Perform Touch keyboard deployment steps.

    Validation: The onscreen keyboard should not deploy.

  3. Rotate the system (Landscape to Portrait and back).

    Validation: Screen orientation should not change.

  4. Convert from laptop to slate (see Slate/laptop mode conversion steps).
  5. Perform Touch keyboard deployment steps.

    Validation: The onscreen keyboard should deploy.

  6. Rotate the system (Landscape to Portrait and back).

    Validation: The system should rotate.

  7. Repeat these test steps for each of distinct ways that the system can be converted into the slate mode.

Dn457876.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifSlate to laptop conversion

  1. Reboot or power on with the system in slate mode (keyboard not accessible).
  2. Hold the system in Portrait mode.
  3. Re-attach the keyboard (or flip it back) to convert to Laptop mode.

    Validation: The screen should automatically rotate to Landscape immediately after the keyboard becomes fully available, but not sooner.

  4. Perform Touch keyboard deployment steps.

    Validation: The onscreen keyboard should not deploy.

Dn457876.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifLaptop to Slate conversion with sleep/Connected Standby

  1. Start with the system in laptop mode (keyboard accessible).
  2. Perform Touch keyboard deployment steps.

    Validation: The onscreen keyboard should not deploy.

  3. Put the system to sleep (S3 systems) /Connected Standby (CS-capable system).

    Ways to put the system in the sleep state are as follows:

    • Press the Power button one time.
    • Close the lid (make sure that this is configured in ControlPanel\Power Control).
    • Use the Charms\Settings\Power\Sleep feature.

    If the system has an LED or power indicator, confirm that it indicates that the system is sleeping.

  4. Convert from laptop to slate (see Slate/laptop mode conversion steps).
  5. Perform Touch keyboard deployment steps.

    Validation: The onscreen keyboard should deploy.

 

 

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