You might also check what locale your Windows PC is set to. Anything other than English (US) has problems.
That is a Galileo specific problem not covered in the Arduino troubleshooting guide.
As Liam mentioned, this looks like an installation error. Make sure you unzip the installation folder before executing the program. In the Getting Started Guide found here: https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-22204, step 2 states:
Note: When unzipping the packages:
- Extract the package into the C:\ directory due to a known issue unzipping packages with long file paths.
- Use an unzip tool that supports an extended file path (for example, 7-zip from http://www.7-zip.org/).
Actually another thing occurs
I seem to recall that the Arduino IDE for Galileo does not like directories with spaces in them.
Make sure that your installation directory does not have spaces in the path.
Thanks for the responses.
I do not have spaces in my directories.
I used the 7-Zip tool on both machines.
I am not sure where I would set the locale to US, would think its been configured that way, but would like to confirm.
I do not see the pde.jar file anywhere? Wondering if I should delete and re-install the drivers and unzip again?