I'am working on a reconstruction of an EDmini v1 too - answering your question:
dmesg shows the partitions: hda1 < hda5 hda6 hda7 hda8 > hda2 hda3
hda1 is extended (250 MB) containing part. 5 to 8
hda5 is linux-swap (no need to restore from image)
hda6 is unknown/a raw uBoot-Image for booting
hda7 is ext3 for root-filesystem
hda8 is ext3/an overlay for hda7
hda2 is Primary/FAT32 containing the Edmini-Logon for USB-connection
hda3 is Primary/FAT32 rest of disk for user data
Look here at a partition-table of the original 250 GB disk shown by Ghost:
Now I try a reconstruction using a 60 GB-disk and the images supplied by davyk for hda6, 7 and 8 & hda2:
I've opened the images with Winimage, hda7 is ok and readable, hda8 can be open, but looking into the folder let it crash.
hda2 shows the wrong file-system, it must be FAT32, so I extract the files via Winimage and made a new image containing 9MB of stuff.
Then using a Gparted Live-CD for partitioning - the result:
and in Ghost:
Copying the files for hda6 to 8 using dd was ok, hda2 too.
But unfortunately the thing doesn't boot
Is something wrong with hda6 ???
Has anybody got a v1 returned to life ???