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I found this site http://www.roggler.com/rg/index.asp?blogID=56...it helps some but you may have to go in and manually edit .inf file if so just go into device manager find your controller in the dreaded "other devices" section and find your VID and PID numbers and modify the same in xbcd.inf to match. The 360 controller is almost at bottom in the .inf file. I take no credit for any of this except the google searching and modifying my .inf file
There should be several USB ports on your 360. There should be one in the back and two in the front lower part of the console. It is hidden beneath a small flap you can push in with your fingers and slide the cable into the usb
Check to verify that your batteries are installed correctly. - Check to verify that the power is on. Check to verify that the signal LED is blinking
If this does not solve the problem, do the following:
1. Make sure your Xbox is turned off. 2. Remove the battery lid and place 2 AA batteries into the Blade 2.4 Street Wireless Controller. Make sure the batteries are inserted as shown in the battery compartment. 3. Insert the receiver into your Xbox controller slot of your choice and power up the controller FIRST, then your Xbox. 4. Press the Connect button on the receiver once. Your signal LED light will begin to flash slowly. 5. Press the Back button on your controller. This will program the receiver to connect to the controller each time it is uses. 6. Turn on your Xbox and insert a game.