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    Newbie Building X copter, help with KK Board

    I finally got all the components to build my first quadcopter and need help flashing the controller board. I bought a KK v5.5 with the USBasp programmer. It came loaded for a + configuration and I need to change it to the X config. I went to kkmulticopter.com and it looks like that site is no longer available.

    What program and firmware do I need to flash the board and where can I get it?

    Thanks in advance.
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    RE: Newbie Building X copter, help with KK Board

    Go to lazy zero for software. The instructions are on Hobbyking website under files. You can use the HK V2 controller for the site info, just be sure you select your board when you flash and the config you want quad X or Quad +

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    RE: Newbie Building X copter, help with KK Board

    One other thing is you will have to load drivers for your programmer interface.

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    RE: Newbie Building X copter, help with KK Board


    ORIGINAL: tlrascal

    Go to lazy zero for software. The instructions are on Hobbyking website under files. You can use the HK V2 controller for the site info, just be sure you select your board when you flash and the config you want quad X or Quad +
    I finally got around to spending time to research programming the board and got it all squared away. I also got a kk2 board and was also able to update it as well. It was a steep learning curve because the hardware doesn't come with any instructions, but I soon realized there is a lot of info on the web.
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