It does seems like a corrupt image on your Edison. Why don’t you try the flashall method recovery method? Which OS are you running? In any case, you can follow the next steps:
- Download the Edison Yocto Complete image. You can get it from this https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot/hardware/edison/downloads.
- Next, you’ll need to download dfu-utils:
a. If using Windows, download it from vjou’s message https://communities.intel.com/message/257947#257947. Then save the file in the same folder you extracted the Edison image.
b. For Mac, open a terminal window and type brew install dfu-util coreutils gnu-getopt.
c. In Ubuntu, open a terminal window and type sudo apt-get install dfu-util.
3. Run flashall.sh (Linux and Mac) or flashall.bat (Windows). Open a terminal window, get into the Edison image folder and enter ./flashall.sh or flashall.bat.
It works! Thank you so much! I have been stuck here for a long time. You definitely do me a big favor.