Re: no communication between remote controllers and main...
Push the X sign on the controller when its turned on then push the
wi-fi button on the console its the small button in the front and push
the wi-fi button on the controller too its the smallest button on top
close to the rl trigger !!
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Do you just have a blank black screen once powered on? If you hook up the controller with the usb link cable, do the lights on the controller flash all four or is the 1 solid? If they are flashing, then you have what is commonly known as the Green Light of Death. It's when everything appears normal but no picture. If you have no flashing red lights on the controller, please post. MikesPS3repair(dot)com.
Are your controllers connected to the xbox? that is how you get green light bars around your main green light bar. If you are not refuring to this and nuthing is showing up on your tv screen but you have sound try ajusting/ spinning around the yellow av cord ( Yellow cord is what projects pictures onto screen) . Hope it helped. =]
the G.P.U has more than likely detached from the main board.
the x clamp mod is more of a diagnostic procedures than an actual repair function. The G.P.U will need to be re-flowed to
the main board then lightly but firmly clamp to the board
then stress tested (force it to run hot for 15 min shut off and
repeat 3 times)
It sounds like your sensor bar is going out. I have heard from numerous people that they go bad and start acting very sporadic( somedays they work and somedays they don't) Also check to make sure your bar is sitting level on your T.V. and not pointing up or down. If it is the slightest bit off then the bar can't "see" the remotes all the time.
would you happen to know what controller is the main controller? if so you should have the wii off, then take the controller and point it at the wii and press the power button in the top left corner(on remote) that should do the trick. If you do not know what one was the main one, try doing it with both.
There's a little button on the front of your 360 and the same button is
on the front of the controller. You hit the button on the 360 and the
green lights around the power button start to circle. Then you hit it
on your controller and the green lights around the xbox guide button
start to circle. In a second or two they'll find each other and both
will flash at the same time, and it's synced up. I think there's a
little symbol of air waves next to the button.
You have a major failure on the motherboard. If it was your hard drive the system will boot up, but freeze on the main screen and you will hear clicking coming out of the hard drive. Red and Green flashing lights means there is a problem on the motherboard. Sometimes you can fix the problem by reflashing the Bios on the main motherboard.