Quick heads up: If your PC happens to download and install the latest major update of Windows 10 that was released this month (Build 1809), it might no longer detect your Netduino device in Visual Studio.
If this happens to you, try re-installing the Netduino SDK from the WildernessLabs download section.
Once you do that, your VS should detect your Netduino device again.
Additionally, if the Netduino Deploy tool doesnt detect your Netduino in BOOTLOADER mode, try re-installing the BOOTLOADER drivers too.
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# Netduino Bootloader WinUSB Driver Install Guide
March 20, 2018
This guide will show you how to replace your existing Netduino bootloader driver with WinUSB using the free USB driver installation tool Zadig.
This is required to allow Netduino.Deploy to read and write values to your Netduino board(s) including network settings and firmware.
The steps in this guide were tested on Windows 10 64-bit but should work on Windows 7, 8 & 8.1.
1. Download Zadig http://zadig.akeo.ie/ (latest version is 2.3 at the time of writing)
2. Launch Zadig
3. Connect your Netduino in [**DFU Bootloader Mode**](http://developer.wildernesslabs.co/Netduino/About/Updating_Firmware/)
4. In Zadig, open the Options menu and check **List all Devices**
5. Find **STM32 BOOTLOADER** in the dropdown list
6. Click **Replace Driver**
![Zadig ready to install WinUSB](Support_Files/winusb_ready.png)
7. Verify that WinUSB is listed as both the current and target driver
Hope this helps,