I am trying to play Karaoke Revolution but I keep getting the error message "Microphone/Xbox Communicator not detected!" My communicator is detected, and I can hear soft static through the headset. Also, I have not had any problems using the headset for other games like Madden 07 and Halo 2. Does anyone have any tips I could try to make Karaoke Revolution detect my communicator?
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this means that you need to press the connect button on the controller and the xbox, it means it has lost communication to the xbox, either the battery has run down or it is not charging correctly to stay connected.....hope this helped
update quick time, Java, and if you have windows vista or windows 7 and the game is for windows xp then right click on the game (if you can't access the game then right click on a shortcut and click find target) and click compatibility mode windows xp, also see if your graphics card is compatible with the game.
The button can get stuck sometime, even if it doesnt look like it. That is y it keeps running. Under the button is another button that it hit s when you push it. You may have to open controller and play around with button a little bit. If controller is still under warranty get it replace by microsoft.
If you're using an HDMI connection between the Xbox 360 and the TV, it might be that. When using HDMI, the Xbox won't boot up until it knows what the TV is capable of displaying. Although the controller will turn the console on, it won't sync with the console -- and it's not a controller or console problem, but just a symptom of the fact that the Xbox won't get to the point where controllers will sync until it can properly communicate with the TV. I'd recommend turning off the TV and the Xbox, disconnecting the HDMI cable and re-connecting it after making sure the contacts are clean. Then turn the Xbox back on first; you'll likely to see the same behavior. Finally, turn the TV back on. With it being switched back into HDMI mode, it just might "kick-start" the Xbox into a good communication link across HDMI. Hope that helps.