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LTSSM in State 0xF, but BIOS does not POST

Salma_M_Intel
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I have an Arria 10 SoC connected to a PC's PCIe Gen3x16 Slot. The connector is an FMC to PCIe x8 connector. I can see using Signal Tap that the FPGA's LTSSM in state 0xF. However BIOS does not POST.

 

With the FPGA disconnected, the PC boots up just fine. Also if I replace the FPGA with another card, the PC boots up just fine.

 

The exact same setup, same design, cables, has worked successfully on another motherboard.

 

What should I be looking at next? Any ideas?

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