That is the one I have been trying to install, Linux is looking like my only option but I'm waiting on a hardrive to run it on.
For recovery you will need more than the Windows version of dfu_util.exe (which is referred to in the links above), you also need the xFSTK-Downloader compiled for Windows. Sources are available on SourceForge, but I'm not aware of any public source for a pre-compiled Windows binary. If your mmc was partitioned for ubilinux, I'm pretty sure that you'll need this to use the flashall.bat --recovery option.
you dont need xFSTK under windows
i would recommend the following way
1) download and extract edison-image-rel1-maint-rel1-ww42-14.zip to your hd
2) download dfu https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54378433/dfu-util/dfu-util.exe and save it in the same folder
3) edit the flashall.bat and add -R to the following line
echo Flashing U-Boot Environment Backup
call:flash-command --alt u-boot-env1 -D %VARIANT_FILE% -R
4) run flashall.bat (should now wait for edison)
5) power up edison and press a key to stop autoboot (Hit any key to stop autoboot: 1)
6) run do_flash (boot > run do_flash) and press enter
no, it didn't work
Really Intel? why would you release this so under-developed? No dfu-util for windows at all! No precompiled xFSTK, no 64bit linux xFSTK, no instructions on how to compile! Is this for makers and hobbyist, or electrical and computer engineering?