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.
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