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Kiss FC Problems
« on: September 12, 2017, 16:39:51 »
Hey All

Before i got to far ahead with me build i thought it would be sensible to update the firmware on my Kiss Fc current version v 1.03
I used Dfuse tool as described and updated it V 1.3rc25 beta which is the latest i could see on the Kiss site.

The problem i have now is i cannot get it to connect to the Kiss GUI software.
I boot up the software and connect the FC, green and blue light come on, the blue light flashes after a while which i believe is correct port dialog box changes to com3 and then nothing.
If i click on connect the menu dialog boxes on the top right become available and the connect changes to disconnect but nothing works?  :cry
I have tried GUI versions 1.14, 1.15.6 and 1.16.14 but they all do the same.
Also tried a different computer and that also is exactly the same!!!

How hard can it possibly me!!
 
Any Help would be great.

Martin



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Re: Kiss FC Problems
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2017, 17:01:37 »
Have you tried flashing the FC again? Also check for any wire strands or solder splatter on the FC. Also try a different USB cable and check the USB socket for damage.

TBH I was having loads of issues like this with KISS (3 different FC's) and eventually gave up and haven't used them since (about a year ago). I found them hugely finicky and illogical, some days they'd work fine and others not, very frustrating. Yet others say they have never had an issue. Personally I'd suggest you get a bF FC and never look back.

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Re: Kiss FC Problems
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2017, 17:06:10 »
Have you tried flashing the FC again? Also check for any wire strands or solder splatter on the FC. Also try a different USB cable and check the USB socket for damage.

TBH I was having loads of issues like this with KISS (3 different FC's) and eventually gave up and haven't used them since (about a year ago). I found them hugely finicky and illogical, some days they'd work fine and others not, very frustrating. Yet others say they have never had an issue. Personally I'd suggest you get a bF FC and never look back.
No i havent.
I was debating ashing it with an older version and seeing that help.
I have tried a couple of usb cables but still the same..

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Re: Kiss FC Problems
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2017, 17:11:11 »
Ashing sounds good. Kill it with fire!!  :evil

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Re: Kiss FC Problems
« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2017, 17:18:32 »
Update.
Flashed firmware back to 1.2 and connected fine...
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Re: Kiss FC Problems
« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2017, 17:48:47 »
Ashing sounds good. Kill it with fire!!  :evil
Obvioulsy typing to quickly for my own good!!
Ashing was def the next tactic!!

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