Note - The instructions below are for loading the assistant software on a Windows 10 computer.
If you connect your Naza to your Windows computer and the LED shines a dim green, then the DJI drivers are not loaded.
Follow these instructions to get them loaded so you can use the set up software.
The maker of your Naza flight controller, DJI, does not have signed drivers and windows 10 so by default will not install them. Here is how to get your Naza to work with your Windows 10 computer.
First you need to enable installation of “unsigned drivers.”
Hold down the SHIFT key while you click Restart.
Once your computer has rebooted you will be able to choose the Troubleshoot option.
Then select Advanced options.
Then Startup Settings.
“Disable driver signature enforcement”. To choose the setting press the F7 key.
Once your computer Starts back up you have to manually install the driver. Plug your Naza flight controller into the computer via the LED supply power from a battery and open device manager.
You should see your device listed under ports as "USB Serial Device (COM##)".
Right click that device and click properties, then under the Drivers Tab click Update Driver.
Then click on
Then Click "Have Disk..." Button.
Then Browse to this directory
C:\Program Files(x86)\DJI Product\DJIdriver2.02\source64
And select the DJI Driver "dji_vcom_driver11.inf" and hit Open then OK
Then click Next and allow windows to install the driver software anyway.
Your device should now look like this in device manager and the DJI software should be able to connect.
Now your Windows 10 computer should connect and you will be able to start configuration using the Naza Set Up Assistant Software.