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USB2Test - Test software for your PassMark USB 2.0 loopback plug

PassMark USB2Test ™

V1.1 (Build 1010)

Latest release date:
24 February 2017

Free with the purchase of a PassMark USB 2.0 loopback plug
(See sales page for USB 2.0 loopback plug pricing details)

Windows XP SP3, 2008 Server, 7, 8 & 10.Linux is not supported.

64MB RAM, 1MB Disk space

USB2Test is an easy to use Windows based application that allows users to quickly check that all the USB ports on their PC are functioning correctly and allows them to determine the maximum speed of these ports (and hence whether they are configured as expected). USB2Test is designed for use in conjunction with PassMark's USB 2.0 loopback plug and will test both USB 1.x and USB 2.0 ports at Full-speed (up to 12Mb/s) and USB2.0 ports at High-speed (up to 480Mb/s) rates. USB2Test extends PassMark's existing USB Loopback product by additionally providing support for High-speed (USB 2.0), performance benchmarking and enhanced error detection.

Feature description:

USB2Test when used together with a USB 2.0 loopback plug has the following features:

The USB2Test utility can only be used with the PassMark USB 2.0 loop back plug.

Testing using the USB 2.0 loopback plug - software comparison

The USB 2.0 loopback plug may be used with either:

A comparison of both software applications in respect of USB testing is shown below.

Feature USB2Test V1.0
or above
BurnInTest V4.0 Pro
or above
HighSpeed (USB 2.0) or FullSpeed (USB 1.x) port indication Yes Yes
USB 1.x and 2.0 loopback testing Yes Yes
USB 1.x and 2.0 Benchmarking Yes No
Supports PassMark USB 2.0 loopback plug  Yes Yes
Supports PassMark USB loopback plug  No Yes
Supports simultaneous testing of multiple USB ports No Yes
Support simultaneous testing of multiple PC components No (USB only) Yes
Scripting of test runs No Yes
Logging Yes. Basic results Yes. User selectable detail. Real time.
Error reporting Yes. Basic errors. Yes. Greater detail of error type reporting. User definable error classifications and text.
User configuration of loopback test data Yes No (Random data)
Windows 2000, XP, 2003 Server, Vista, Window 7, 8, 10, 2008 Server support Yes Yes
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, Linux, Mac support No No

Screen shot: The main window

USB2Test screenshot

The above diagram shows the results display following a successful loopback test and a Benchmark test.

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