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Authored by Da W. (Intel) Last updated on 08/23/2016 - 13:50
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Step 1: Assemble Board from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

The Intel® Edison compute module is meant to be used with a breakout board, so you need to secure the compute module to your breakout board before you can use it.

Last updated on 08/23/2016 - 13:48
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Assemble Arduino* Expansion Board from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

In this step, you will install the Intel® Edison compute module to the Arduino* expansion board, plus connect micro USB cables and a DC power supply.

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Appendix: Connecting Cables from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

Explore when and how to use all the cable ports on the Arduino* expansion board for the Intel® Edison compute module.

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Assemble Mini Breakout Board from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

In this step, you will install the Intel® Edison compute module to the mini breakout board, plus connect micro USB cables.

Last updated on 08/23/2016 - 13:48
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Appendix: Connecting Cables from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

Explore when and how to use all the cable ports on the mini breakout board for the Intel® Edison compute module.

Last updated on 08/23/2016 - 13:48
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Step 2: Install USB Drivers from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

In this step, you will run two installers to enable USB features between your Intel® Edison board and your Windows* computer.

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Step 4: Connect over UART/Serial from Get Started with the Intel® Edison Development Board on Windows* 32-bit

To configure the Intel® Edison board, remotely connect to the board's shell using a wired USB serial connection or a wireless SSH connection.

Last updated on 08/23/2016 - 13:48
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