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On the console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings.
Select Network Settings.
Select Wired Network or the name of your wireless network, if you are prompted to do so.
Select Test Xbox LIVE Connection.
If you cannot connect
your Xbox 360 console to the Internet, you can copy the console update
from your computer to a USB flash drive and then install it on the
console. Note: The USB flash drive must use the FAT32 file system.
Plug your USB flash drive into a USB port on your computer.
There is a XBOX 360 repair guide available that covers this
problem and also all other common XBOX problems. You can get your copy XBOX 360
Repair Guide.....you can download it and get help to fix your console.......
To connect the controller to a computer that is running Windows XP SP2
or a later version of Windows, follow these steps:
Press and hold
the Xbox Guide button until the
controller turns on. The Xbox Guide
button is the round button with the green
"X" near the center of the controller.
Make sure that the Xbox
360 Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows is plugged in to your computer.
the Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows, press and release
the small round Connect button.
the controller, press and release the Connect
button. The Connect button is the small
button on the front edge of the controller, between the left bumper
button and the charging port.
The Ring of Light on the
controller spins and flashes one time, and the light on the Xbox 360
Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows flashes. When the controller is
connected, the Ring of Light on the controller remains lit and
indicates the position in which the controller is connected.
If you want help connecting an Xbox 360 Wireless Controller to your
personal computer, you can contact Xbox Customer Support. For more
information about how to contact Xbox Customer Support, please visit the
Try using the sync button. Push the sync button on the xbox, then on the controller.
If that doesnt work, get a cord and plug it into the console. One it is connected you can unplug it and shouldnt have anymore problems.
if you have the reciept send it in to microsoft and get it fixed/replace. if you dont and you want to try again do what you did but clean all the parts you take off and put everything back on and precise as possible.
If your controller is not assigned a position, and pressing the sync buttons on both the console and the controller don't fix it (i.e. they both spin for a bit, but then the console's lights turn off and the controller's return to a pulsing pattern), the the problem is actually likely to be your TV, believe it or not. The issue is HDMI -- it's a secure connection between the Xbox 360 and the TV, and if there's an issue with that connection, the Xbox won't even be able to turn on since it'll be unaware of the TV's resolution, color capabilities, etc. Try turning off the TV and then turning off the Xbox. Keep the TV off and turn the Xbox console back on. You'll see the same behavior; but now turn the TV back on and you should see the controller get assigned a position. As soon as the Xbox is aware of what it's connected to via HDMI, things start to work again.