I just got my xbox 360 for christmas.i got the arcade.it comes with 2 controllers.one controller works perfect but the other doesnt.ever time i press the X on the controller none of the lights flash.it does nothing.i have tryed many diffrent batterys.all AA the battery it takes. i have put them in corectly.so what should i do to get it working????
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Have your Xbox 360 controllers replaced, it still has warranty, i presume. Any type of batteries would work, especially energizer, but you can try the original Xbox 360 controller batteries (rechargeable ones). Xbox 360 Tech Support....
if this for xbox 360 elite or just regular, your wireless controller need a good battery, Once you replace the battery. Connect the wireless controller on your xbox closely and go the sub menu of xbox 360 to check the configuration for wireless.
The controller may have lost the signal from the xbox 360. You can try turning the unit on and then the controller. There should be a small white button on the front of the controller, if you press that it will search for the signal from the xbox 360. Hopefully this helps.
i had the same problem, and is a easy fix, turn on your console, dont need the controller on, and hold the sync button for approx 30 seconds, then turn the console off, take out the power lead from the console and then remove it from your mains, wait about 1-2 minuts then plug it up and switch on the console, first sync the xbox then the controller, and this should work, if it dosent try xbox support their number is on xbox.com
Right, just keep plugging in the charger into the controller until the
light stays red, the small amounts of charge put in each time will
eventually give the battery enough juice for it's built in 'memory' to
be clued in as to how much power is really in and will then start
charging. This is usually caused by leaving your controller unused for
a while usually days or so at room temperature after fully charging it
in your xbox (i.e. the battery memory 'thinks' it's full and tells the
xbox as much when really it's empty)
Download the xpadder from the website http://xpadder.com/ and you are set, works fine with my Logitech rumblepad 2 on Juiced 2 no problems. I don't see that it wont work on Logitech Dual Action controller, it is on the list of controllers that xpadder support