We just brought a xbox 360 and we got 2 controllers but the 2nd controller is not going we took it back 2 shop and got a replacement and we are having the same trouble again we only get 1 player not 2 how do we set up 2 play with 2 controllers
No big deal u have to snc the controller with 360 there will be a white button on the back of the controller click it and on the front of the 360 the same btton will be there and there u go it might not work the 1st time but it will work
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Hey Chad! I'm thinking it can't reaaaally be a coincidence that after you took apart your Xbox to clean it up that your wireless controllers stopped working. For that reason, I'm assuming that perhaps you may have accidentally disrupted one of the connections between the wireless syncing device inside the Xbox and its motherboard so that it doesn't function properly. My recommendation to you is to open your Xbox back up, now that you've voided the warranty already, and try to look around and see if there are any visible breaks in the connection between the syncing device (you can see where it's located just by looking at the front facing panel of the Xbox) and the cords or connectors that come out of it. Good luck to you, I hope it works out!
When you reassembled the xbox, you probably misaligned the infrared sensor in the front. If it isn't directly behind the red transparent window the signal can't be read. Open it up and check the alignment of the sensor. and make sure the connections are intact.
I havn't had the chance to work on a Slim yet, but from my experience with Phat 360s, you should clean out the connectors for the Ring of Light board with alcohol before reattaching it to the motherboard.
ITs the three red dots of death , what i mean is they had that all over and had millions of people had to recall them, i guess your just getting crapy xbox's my friends xbox did that, he took to a shop to get it fixed, but they couldnt, so i guess your sol, get xbox 360 elite they hardly had any problems with those.
You need to sink the controller with the XBOX 360 console.
Look for a little button in the front of the 360 system that has a icon that looks like 3 curved lines (kind of like a sound wave ")))" ). Clicking in on that button will make the green light on the controller position on the system move around and around. Don't be alarmed, this is normal.
When you see this, click on the same little button on top of your second controller to start the same action on the controller.
After a few seconds of both the 360 system and the controller doing the "sinking motion that cycles through the 4 controller positions" it should show up as the 2nd controller.
This makes your controller in the same wireless range as the 360 system. You will have to do this if you want to use your 360 controller on someone elses 360 console too. That goes for any XBOX 360 controller as well (guitar, drums, or other controllers)
Take it back to the shop for an exchange or ring microsoft repairs on 0800 5871102 and they will collect through ups and send it back to you fixed, i went through 5 in 1.5 years. Microsof offer a 3 year warranty on xbox 360s
Hi there. There might be some solution out there that would work for you, KboxMod. Here it is :
To reset the display settings of the Xbox 360 console to the default settings, remove any discs from the disc tray. Turn the console off and turn it back on. As the console starts, press and hold the Y button, and then pull the right trigger at the same time.
The Xbox Dashboard resets the display settings to the default settings, and then automatically restarts the console.
Note: If you are using an Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, turn the console on by using the Xbox Guide button on the controller. Make sure that you use the player 1 controller when you do this. The player 1 controller will have the upper-left quadrant light illuminated.
Try it a few times, some say it took a few retries to get it working. It might just need a reset of those video settings.
Hope that helps, cheebster.