Did you try flashing your board with Flash Tool Lite? It can be found in https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/flash-tool-lite-user-manual as well as its manual. I suggest you to try this option before attempting to use the xFSTK method as it might be simpler and doesn't require a Linux PC.
Try it and let me know, I'd be glad to help in case the issue persists.
I have now.
06/20/16 22:36:27.509 INFO : [Port -1] Running `Wait for device with status dnx_fw on port -1` command
06/20/16 22:37:09.509 ERROR : [Port -1] Command `Wait for device with status dnx_fw on port -1` failed
06/20/16 22:37:09.509 ERROR : [Port -1] Flash failed (Command type: Device enumeration)
What does the serial output mean as it is looping the same message over and over again(as in the top post)?
I'm not sure what I could have done to get it into this state, last time I worked with it I had it automatically booting with wifi and a ssh server.
Since then I have only left it running for a week or two until I now tried to access it.
Thank you for sharing that video, it helped me a lot to understand what's happening. I want you to try the following:
1. Connect your board to your PC and open a terminal session with PuTTY.
2. Open Flash Tool Lite, select the image and click on start to flash.
3. Right after you clicked on start to flash, go back to PuTTY and enter the command reboot. Do not unplug the board.
4. Wait for Flash Tool Lite to recognize your board.
Let me know if this helps you, I'd be glad to help in case the issues persist.
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Flashing went through and I have the image now running.