This guide contains steps to manually install drivers for your Intel® Edison board on a system with Windows*.
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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.