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Mi xbox360 controler lite suddenly started to glow by circling

Instead of one lite in one corner in the X in the controller it glows by circling but i have only 1 controller now what should i do.please reply.

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  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2008

    I got a new xbox360 controller and when i turned in on it kept blinking.

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    my xbox controller wont connect it has four lights instead of one

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Does it glow in all four quadrants and doesn't go to the player 1 quadrant? If it does, I think I just barely got past that problem! What you need to do is: Turn your controller on (make sure the 360 is on first) press the connect button on the console, then the most important part: HOLD THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE CONTROLLER! This was a real biggy for me, i just tapped the button instead! hope i helped!

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Discription:
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Installation
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