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DJI Assistant Please Reboot the Aircraft - SOLVED

eodio

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When trying to calibrate my Movic Pro with the DJI Assistant 2 in a Windows 10 laptop with last windows update, I kept getting the "Please Reboot the Aircraft".

I went all over the internet, non of the explanations solved the problem. I was about to give up when I decided to in the Device Manager > there I found the culprit: the Vision (Interface 3) driver was outdated and was disabled by Windows.

HERE IS MY SOLUTION
Open Device Manager
Look for libusb-win32, under it you should find Vision (Interface 3), disable and marked with a yellow mark > this means drive is not running. Do not try to update driver with windows, instead go to "libusb-win32" and download the "libusb-win32 driver v1.2.6.0"
Unzip to a Desktop Folder
open bin folder
click on inf-wizard.exe to create .inf file
A window opens, click next, on the next window you should see DJI, select and click next

Now the "DJI Assistant Please Reboot the Aircraft" message did not appear and I could perform the calibration in the black dor window.
 
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Thank you this worked for me. I did have to work the Windows 10 startup to allow unsigned drivers. That was easy but certainly helped get the driver issues solved.
 

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When trying to calibrate my Movic Pro with the DJI Assistant 2 in a Windows 10 laptop with last windows update, I kept getting the "Please Reboot the Aircraft".

I went all over the internet, non of the explanations solved the problem. I was about to give up when I decided to in the Device Manager > there I found the culprit: the Vision (Interface 3) driver was outdated and was disabled by Windows.

HERE IS MY SOLUTION
Open Device Manager
Look for libusb-win32, under it you should find Vision (Interface 3), disable and marked with a yellow mark > this means drive is not running. Do not try to update driver with windows, instead go to "libusb-win32" and download the "libusb-win32 driver v1.2.6.0"
Unzip to a Desktop Folder
open bin folder
click on inf-wizard.exe to create .inf file
A window opens, click next, on the next window you should see DJI, select and click next

Now the "DJI Assistant Please Reboot the Aircraft" message did not appear and I could perform the calibration in the black dor window.
Hi there , this looks like the most promising solution to my problem . The only thing is ,is that I'm not computer literate and I might be just missing out on what might be obvious to others.
I was able to eventually get to the device manager after I was able to find the control panel.

But anyhow when I got to the device manager I could not find any related files.
I have windows 10 with a 64 bit , I believe.

Thanks for your efforts ! , John
 

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