Thanks for your interest in the Intel® Edison Platform.
We appreciate all the information provided. We have noticed that other users have had similar errors like the one you are having, so we’d recommend you to try their solutions in order to know if they can help to solve your issue. One of them is to pop the module out of the baseboard and then put it back, other user solved it by flashing his Edison following the How to Run the Flashall Script instructions, this method you have done already, however you could try it again updating the dfu-utill, also try with a different USB cable in order to discard it.
You can check for more details these threads:
Hope this information helps, however, we’ll be waiting for you in order to know if you have any questions or need more assistance.
Hey Yermi - No those did not help. I was able to use google and find those suggestions prior to posting my question.
I tried the flash script on Mac OS X no luck,, I tried it on Linux to perform a recovery to no avail, I tried it on Windows to perform a recovery and no luck... I switched it from the Arduino Breakout board to a Sparkfun block, repeated the above. I gave up and ordered a new one, I was wasting time and consider that Edison bricked.
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We’re sorry to hear it didn’t work, however we would like to let you know that in case you want to continue receiving assistance to try to recover your Edison, you can open a ticket here: https://customercare.intel.com/?lang=en-US and we’ll be happy to help you.