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1 Disconnect all accessories and wired controllers from the Xbox 360. 2 Hold the "Guide" button down for three seconds on any wireless controllers, then respond to the prompt on your television screen to disconnect the controllers from your system.3 turn on the wireless headset by pressing the "Power" button in the center of the earpiece. 4 Press the "Connect" button on the front of your Xbox 360 system. 5 Press the "Connect" button on the wireless headset. The ring of lights around the power button of the Xbox 360 system should spin and blink once. One of the lights should remain lit up, indicating the port number that the headset is using. If you do not see any lights on the system, you may have a faulty wireless headset.6 Press the "Guide" button on your wireless controller to reconnect the controller to the Xbox 360 system. If you are using a wired controller, you can plug it back into the system.7 Press the "Connect" button on the top of your wireless controller to sync the controller with your system. You should see the connection light around the "Guide" button on the controller light up, indicating which port you are connected to. You should also see a corresponding port light in the ring around the power button of your Xbox 360 system 8 Press the "Connect" button on the wireless headset until the port light on the headset matches the light on the controller and Xbox 360 system. For example, if you are the first player, the light for port number one should be lit up on the Xbox system, the controller and the headset. When all lights correspond, your headset should be properly connected.
you may have to sync your controller to your xbox. First you hold the big X button in the middle to turn the controller on. Next, after making sure your 360 is turned on, push the sync button on the 360 controller so the lights around the big X are spinning around. you will find it located at the top of your control close tp LB (it has 3 little waves next to it) Finally, push the sync button on the 360( which is located directly to the right of memory unit B or with xbox360 s nex to the part at the front with 2 usb ports) and the lights around the on/off button of the console should spin. Eventually, your console will find the controller. hope this helps
on the face of the xbox there should be a little circular button with three little curved lines next to it, on the front of the controller there should be a similar button that is located between the bumpers what you do is press both of these buttons the ring around the xbox and controller will start flashing in unison and the controller should be connected after you see one light in the upper right around the Xbox button both on the controller and on the xbox... i hope i was able to help you
I dont know if you have been able to figure out what the proble was with your 360, but the exact SAME thing happened to me. The 360 seems to be working fine, game loads, and both the consoles and the controllers rings lit up green, but then the controllers ring just keeps flashing and the console won't recognize it. I 've tried other controllers and nothing worked and obviously I tried to synch it with the console time and time again. PLEASE HELP!!!
If the lights are red, this means that your 360 has had a hardware failure. This failure is also known as the "Red Ring of Death." If you have bought your XBOX 360 with in 3 years of posting this, your will still have free 3 years of warranty from Microsoft. Call them at 1-800-4my-xbox. (1-800-469-9269)
If the XBOX 360 is blinking the color RED in three of the four quarter of the ring around the power button, you will have to contact Microsoft for a replacement. This is what is known as "Red Ring of Death." You can find plenty of information on it if you Google it.