I recommend you to re-flash your Edison module using the Flash Tool Lite. You can download it from the following site, under the Flash Tool Lite section: IoT - Intel® Edison Board Download | Intel® Developer Zone. Additionally, a user's manual for the Flash Tool Lite can be checked in the following site: IoT - Flash Tool Lite User Manual | Intel® Developer Zone
The drivers for the Edison are in the Software Downloads too. I recommend you to try installing the Windows Standalone Driver before re-flashing the Edison.
I tried it, but it didn't work. Errors happened all the times, exactly at 7%. It showed to me that 0/1 or 0/2 ports.
10/26/15 15:41:53.979 INFO : [Port 0/2] Start flashing the flash configuration with dnx_fw start state for
10/26/15 15:41:53.981 ERROR : Automatic reboot is not supported on this device, please reboot the device manually
10/26/15 15:41:53.982 INFO : [Port 0/2] Starting flash ...
10/26/15 15:41:53.982 INFO : [Port 0/2] Running `Notify` command
10/26/15 15:41:54.852 INFO : Displaying notification during 42000 ms
10/26/15 15:41:54.902 INFO : [Port 0/2] Command `Notify` succeed
10/26/15 15:41:54.902 INFO : [Port 0/2] Running `Wait for device with status dnx_fw on port 0/2` command
10/26/15 15:42:36.903 ERROR : [Port 0/2] Command `Wait for device with status dnx_fw on port 0/2` failed
10/26/15 15:42:36.903 ERROR : [Port 0/2] Flash failed (Command type: Device enumeration)
Thanks for the help anyway,
There is another alternative way to re-flash the Edison module. This method uses the flashall script. A step-by-step guide is available in the following document: How to Run the Flashall Script
Additionally, make sure you are connecting the Edison to a USB 2.0 port. There are issues reported when the board is connected to a USB 3.0 port.
If the flashall script method doesn't work, I suggest you to contact SparkFun (I suppose it is place where you purchased the board from). If you got the board recently, you should claim the warranty because the board is not recoverable through the flashing methods available. However, make sure to use a USB 2.0 port. In the following thread, the user wasn't able to flash the Edison module because of the USB port used: Can't Flash Edison - USB not recognized
I'd suggest you to try another USB port first - I've seen very similar symptoms myself. It was not USB 3.0 per se, but USB 3.0 charging port (the one with a lightning sign), which caused troubles in my case.
Thanks for the help, It solved my problem. My Intel Edson is now working