After loading setup default in the BIOS (or upgraded BIOS), the Touchscreen does not operate anymore.
Enter BIOS Setup , goto “Advanced Menu” enter “IO Device Configuration”
Than set COM1 port as “TTL1”. (COM1 has multiple connectivity so it’s necessary to setup.)
Is it possibel to start an operating system from Network? How can I use RIS Software deployment?
We use different LAN cards on our Rocky series, so there are different ways to do:
RT586 -PXE Floppy Disk
RT686 -PXE Floppy Disk
RT686EX -PXE Floppy Disk
RT686EX-M3 -PXE Diskette
RT786EX -BIOS Boot order
RK786EX -BIOS Boot order
RK886EX -BIOS Boot order
DR686 -PXE Floppy Disk
DR786AC -BIOS Boot order
DR786EX -BIOS Boot order
DR786EX-L -BIOS Boot order
DR886EX -BIOS Boot order
- MT686EX -PXE Floppy Disk
If you are using a Microsoft Server System, there are tools delivered to create a PXE Floppy Disk.
Is the Rocky II always equiped with a Touchscreen?
No, the Touchscreen on all Rocky models is optional.
Is it possible to upgrade USB on RT586?
The basic device itself can not be upgraded to USB but it is possible to use a PC-Card (PCMCIA card).
Please keep in mind that you have to use a 16-Bit PC-Card because the 32-Bit version is not compatible with RT586.
Where do I find BIOS updates for RT586?
BIOS updates can be found in the download folder. Please note that in most cases it is not necessary to make a BIOS update.
Where do I find Windows 2000 drivers for RT586?
This model was delivered with DOS 6.22/Win3.11, Win95, Win98(SE) und WinNT4. Unfortunately we can not support other operating systems.
Maximum harddisk upgrade for RT586?
Due to the the built in IDE controller harddisks up to 8 GB are detected. Bigger harddisks may be
detected but the usable capacity is not bigger than 8 GB. Harddrives bigger than 20GB will not be detected.