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DJI Naza USB problem
« on: August 11, 2012, 09:45:40 PM »

Hi I cannot successfully connect my new dji naza vu led module to my pc with the usb cable.  yes it is connected as per manual and to the naza controller.

i power up and get a nice solid red LED...then I connect usb cable ans I get a very dim green led but naff all on the pc.  it does not flinch....no attempt is made to autodiscover the new hardware.  I open the driver.bat file but still it does nothing.

I am 99% sure I am the lucky one with the kaputt module out of the box.  But just asking incase the dim green light is normal and I'm still missing something.  If not am sending back for a replacement.
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DJI Naza USB problem
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2012, 09:52:33 PM »

Think the dim green is normal.
I use a Mac running Parallels with Win 7, and that seems fine.
What does the DJI Assistant say about it?


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Re: DJI Naza USB problem
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2012, 10:37:42 PM »

Make sure the firmware for the USB is installed correctly, there is a different way to do it if you have windows 7 PC as it will try and install the wrong firmware if you allow it to auto install....must click stop and then install from file.

If the your computer doesn't even make the noise when you connect the USB port it and your running an AR7100/AR7100R spectrum receiver or should I say any Spectrum receiver which has a built in BEC/Regulator you have to isolate this so that the PMU powers the receiver through the standard servo plugs or it just not work.


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