This issue occurs on some Windows 10 installations. There are two possible reasons for this issue:
1. The timeout period (typically 60 seconds) might have expired for the Rolling Spider minidrone and hence it would get disconnected from the PC automatically. In this case, you should perform the following steps:
a. Connect the drone back to the host PC.
b. Wait for the LEDs to stabilize to one GREEN and one RED and then search for the minidrone in the setup application. You need to ensure that a drive named ‘Parrot_RS’ is appearing in their drive list.
2. If you can see a drive, but the drone is still not being detected by the setup, it indicates that the MATLAB USB enumerator APIs are returning NULL values. This might be due to the missing .NET application in the Windows 10 installation. To resolve this issue, please perform the following steps:
a. Navigate to support package root by executing the following commands in the MATLAB command window:
b. Replace the "selectDroneFromList.m" and "flashDrone.m" files with the attached files.
c. Delete the "selectDroneFromList.p" and "flashDrone.p" files.
d. Execute the following commands in the MATLAB command window:
clear classses; clear pcode; rehash toolboxcache;