Question about Microsoft Wireless Controller for Xbox 360 (Blue)
I'm not sure if this will help, but what I did was to connect a wireless controller to my XBOX with a cord/wire, then turn on my XBOX by pressing the middle button on the controller. This allowed my box to read the controller that way. You can then disconnect the controller from the cord then after, if you like. Unfortunately though, I have to always do this if I want the controller to be connected to my box, so that means EVERY TIME! I'm a little upset about it to say the least.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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