Now I am one hour and a half in, and still nothing has happened. What should I do?
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On Mac OSX i had to select the serial port
for make the board work.
Maybe is the same under Windows System..
Hope this help
Hi morgantar, I had to select the right serial port too. The issue is, now the only thing that I can apparently do is to "stop" the update process by closing the popup message. And I am afraid to brick the board if I do that.
Please take a look at the release notes: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/23171/eng/Galileo_Release_Notes.pdf
Section 1.7.3 under know issues states :
54863: Timeout errors cause sketch download failure or
firmware upgrade failure
Both issues described below are related to timeout errors:
• Sketch downloads to the board may fail after multiple sketches have been
downloaded. If this happens, reset the board.
• If the firmware upgrade is stuck for more than 10 minutes or if you get any
upgrade error, unplug the cables, and retry the firmware upgrade procedure
Also, the firmware upgrade procedure is detailed in the Getting started Guide located at :
Thanks for your reply Arvinder, I just did what you said and now I only get "Target Firmware Version Query Failed" when I try to update the firmware again after power-cycling the board.... what can I do?
Nevermind, I managed to get it working. All I needed was to restart the computer -- apparently the serial port on my host computer stopped working and I had to reset it somehow. Thanks to everyone!!