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My Xbox turns on but does not see the two controllers I have all the controllers do is blink ?

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That would lead me to believe the controllers need to be resynched to the XBOX.

You can do that by Pressing the 0))) button on the xbox and a individual controller and then repeat for the other controller.

This only works for wireless controllers.

If they are not wireless I wouldnt be able to help you.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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