Hello all, I recently began reading up and trying to use the DJI 2.4g data link (LK24-BT) for waypoint flying via the PC Ground Station. I am running the DJI Phantom 2 with FPV setup (Flysight 400mW transmitter, 5.8GHz clover leaf antennas), Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal with Hero 3+ Black. Computer for the Ground Station is running Windows 10...could the Windows 10 upgrade be an issue? I am having a couple of issues and I can't find any answers on the web even after extensive searching, so I was hoping you guys would help me out. I attempted a Ground Station mission after plotting just a few points on the PC Ground Station to test it out. The ground end and air end lights indicated a good link, and the mission successfully uploaded to the Phantom 2. When I clicked GO, the Phantom flew up to the designated altitude, then flew to the last way point (just above where I was standing so in view) and just hovered there. The only way I was able to regain control with the RC was to flip it to Failsafe and wait until it started coming back home. The link between GS and the Phantom repeatedly dropped and reconnected briefly during this time. After this I read up on Simulator Mode and hooked everything back up at home to attempt a simulated waypoint flight in the PC Ground Station. In the simulated flights I tried, the Phantom 2 would take off then shoot up to Maximum Height and stay there. It would not fly the waypoints I programmed in (the missions did successfully upload to the Phantom). So I decided to check for updates on the Data Link components, and found through the Assistant that the ground end did have an update, which I successfully completed. Then I tried to update the air end...even though it said there was no update available...I didn't think re-doing a current update should mess anything up. After that, the air end lights no longer come on at all. I've applied power via the can bus port on the Phantom, hooked it (the air end) to the ground end and to the PC repeatedly and it appears it is getting no power (no led lights at all come on). I pushed and held the "EXP" button on the air end (thinking it might reset it...but I can't find any explanation of what this button actually does). Also, every time I hook the ground end to m PC via usb ports, start the Data Link Assistant, it crashes my wifi connection to the internet on the computer as soon as I try to update the air end again... So, my questions are: 1. How can I get the air end to come back to life? 2. Does the Phantom need to be in NAZA-M mode for me to be able to use the PC ground station and data link...or should it work in the default "Phantom 2" mode? 3. Does anyone know if Windows 10 is causing problems for Phantom upgrades, Ground Station links, etc.? Any insight you guys can provide would be greatly appreciated!