Usually it's not realising you need the driver but you have that covered.Any tips on this appreciated! I installed the driver (twice) and software per instrucitions and video, but the software does not detect the quad via usb. Using windows 7.
Maybe if you open the NAZA assistant before plugging in... I'm shooting in the dark now.
Follow instructions to the T and in the proper order is what I'm thinking.
How about trying to hook up to a friends computer?
There's a buncha stuff in the assistant which can be very helpful and informative.
I've had great luck connecting to a laptop in the middle of a field and less luck connecting in my living room. It's not the machine though, it's the proximity to interference. Household electrical current causes interference in more ways than I know, and I know a few.
Another FYI, if CityZen says anything, listen very closely.
Turns out it was my PC, not the Phantom. Worked out fine with the GF's computer, though it seemed like Vista took forever to load the driver. Thanks for the responses, and happy flying!Well that's an idea, but EEEK... Vista, I didn't know it was still working.
Please do keep us posted and thanks for the reply.
I will try to follow up.