Thanks for reaching out!
There seems to be an issue with your board's image. Hopefully it is minor and can be easily recoverable.
There is a common issue when using the mini breakout board that is caused by the power source. This issue is mainly due to the USB port (that is being used to power the Edison) not being able to provide the board with enough power which causes it to reboot constantly. But since you have tested your board with a battery I doubt this is what's happening to you. Nevertheless, we shouldn't rule it out, so, I suggest you to test your board with a wall plug to see if this behavior changes.
Now, if this doesn't help then the image issue is most likely the cause. If this was the case, I'd suggest you to try reflashing your board with the flashall.sh method. You can find a guide on how to do it in https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-25154.
Try this and let us know how it goes.
I tried 3 different adapters but there are no changes.. Putty just shows those messages repeatedly
With that link's method only thing I can see is this; (I tried with my tablet PC, but same thing happens)
I think PC can not detect Edison..(But when I plug into PC I can see Intel SoC-DnX driver)
Is there any thing I can try to revive the Edison?
I understand, right now there is one option left, but this requires a Linux PC. If you have access to one, you can try the Flashall.sh and pre-built xFSTK method. You can learn how to do it in https://communities.intel.com/thread/56133.
If this method still doesn't help, then I'd suggest you to submit an email in the form found in https://customercare.intel.com/?lang=en-US.
I see, the best option right now is to submit an email to the form found in the link I shared above. We might be able to provide further help if you do so. If you do contact us through email you should be contacted within the next 24 business hours, if that is not the case, reply to me in this thread and I’ll make sure that someone contacts you as soon as possible.