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Foxconn AHD1S-K and RocketRaid RR622

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I jumped on the recent Newegg deal of a Foxconn barebones E-350 PC as a low-power HTPC replacement. It appears to be in good working order, BUT I cannot get the computer to boot with the RAID card installed. The computer goes through the initial POST, shows the RocketRaid configuration/initialization screen, then shows a flashing cursor. I feel I have tried everything and may be out of answers at this point.

Here is what I have tried:
- Updated RR622 firmware
- Tried with Interrupt 13 disabled, EBDA disabled, and both disabled.
- Several Private Stack Sizes
- Tried with and without external enclosure plugged in.
- Updated AHD1S-K BIOS
- Disabled numerous different items throughout the BIOS in order to find conflicts.

I know this platform is not designed for server applications, but I would think a PCIe card SHOULD work. I do not need to boot from the card.

Is there anything I am missing, or am I pretty much SOL?
    
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Had the same problem, never solved it. Mine was a Sans Digital eSata enclosure and the 622 card. If I had the enclosure attached during boot it would hang. Try leaving the enclosure disconnected, boot and if you get to windows desktop, then attach the enclosure. You can go through and configure it during boot up, then just disconnect and reconnect in windows, should work. I have read it is a IRQ conflict possibly with the onboard raid controller.
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