Thank you for the response.
I tried the bin file you attached.
The board still doesn't boot (USB LED doesn't light up).
I wonder whether I'm using DediProg SF-100 correctly.
I picked W25Q64FV, then I clicked on File to select your bin file.
Then, I clicked on Batch.
When I used a bin file generated with CrossHill type, the board was at least bootable.
Were you able to make your Galileo Gen2 bootable with a bin file you created?
Be sure that Intel Galileo Gen2 logo is on a board.
I have no experience with Dediprog, but i think the following:
Before writing .bin file you need to erase a flash memory (fill it with 0xFF). And check it that a memory is blank after that.
Next write a binary file. Also please verify that a writing was successful. Also it is possible to read a data from flash to file and check.
My binary file was generated with Galiprog and tested on my Gen2 board.
May you make a screenshot of Batch -> Advanced Settings ?
There are other alternative methods to recover the Galileo board that you could try. These methods are described in the following documents:
- Intel® Galileo - Programming SPI Flash through the UEFI Internal Shell
- Intel® Galileo – Recovery Mode