Right now, do not worry about partitions in the memory card (you can check later another thread/s on this). The real problem is the card contents, which is not the one that should, as you pointed out.
Try with some previous .direct file ... I've used iot-devkit-201510010757-mmcblkp0-galileo.direct and it worked (not completely for Arduino sketches, though) but right now I'm not able to find an Intel page to download it from...
Several options to go on:
a) Intel repairs the current .direct file (please check it has an error by writing again the SD card)
b) Get an older .direct file (I didn't find any, I'll post link in case I find one)
c) If you are going to develop under the Arduino IDE
c.1) Download the so called uclibc based image from Download Intel® Galileo Board Software Package, the file https://downloadmirror.intel.com/24355/eng/SDCard.1.0.8.tar.bz2
c.2) unzip-untar (7z does)
c.3) format (FAT) SD card
c.4) copy the files in the SD card (do not use Disk Imager, just copy)
Thank you for your reply. Even before yesterday the Yocto Image download url is dead. Yesterday I check again and it is now available, but with that problem mention above. Today I check the download URL again and the filename (with date release) still the same that I assume there isn't any changes yet. I also has tried to use Arduino IDE and it works well. But I need to use Intel XDK IoT Edition for my writing project. How can I report this problem to Intel by the way?
Update: I have found the download URL for the previous version of image you said, from this thread Why Do We have 2 Separate Official Images?. Now I have the file downloaded from here http://downloadmirror.intel.com/25384/eng/iot-devkit-201510010757-mmcblkp0-galileo.direct.xz and it suites like in tutorial
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Thank you Sergio, I didn't know about this.