I have an xbox 360 arcade virsion and when i try to rip a cd a circle
with a line through it comes up on the righthand side. can i rip cds?
dose the arcade virsion rip cds?
and my mp3 player works but it goes through 16 sec of each song,
dose not play the hole song, none of them........
please help its buggin the poop out of me..................
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Do you have charged bat packs or fresh bats. Have you synced both the controller and the xbox together? Unplug the unit for a min. and check all connections if wired. plug in and try to sync again, Push the little buttons on the front of the controller and the on on the unit at the same time and see if the lights do the circle thing. That will usually work for me.
There's a button on the front of your 360 and the same button is
on the front of the controller. You hit the button on the 360 and the
green lights around the power button start to circle. Then you hit it
on your controller and the green lights around the xbox guide button
start to circle. In a second or two they'll find each other and both
will flash at the same time, and it's synced up. I've linked a video for both the Xbox 360 and Xbox 360 Slim.
Look on the top of the controller and press the small round circle, its very small! then on your xbox 360 press the small circle next to where you plug the memory card in and your xbox should find your controller.
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did u program it to your 360? if not there is a button on teh top of the controller and on the xbox. they both are a circle button with "radio waves" comming off of them. press both to program it. good luck
More than likely one of the microswitches inside the controler has colapsed, making it seem like you are always pushing the control that direction.. Also I have seen the wires pulled out of the top of the controller from people constantly wrapping the wire around the controller when not in use - this can damage the controller and make it act up as well.
Try re-syncing the second (non-working) controller to the console. To do this turn both the controller and the 360 on, then find the little sync button on the 360 controller and hold it down until the lights flash in a clockwise circle. Now find the sync button on the 360 console and hold it down until the lights on the console spin in a clockwise fashion. Wait a couple seconds until the two sync up and then voila, you're good to go!
Play Recordable CDs Containing MP3/WMA Audio Files
To play recordable CDs containing MP3 and/or WMA audio files:
Press the eject button on the Xbox 360 console (or select Open Tray from any area of the Xbox Dashboard) to open the disc tray.
Place a data CD-R or CD-RW containing MP3 and/or WMA media on the
disc tray with the label facing up (to the right if the console is
Press the eject button (or select Close Tray from any area of the Xbox Dashboard) to close the disc tray.
Go to the Media area of the Xbox Dashboard. Select Music, Current Disc.
To play all tracks on the CD, select either Play All or Add to Current Playlist.
If you have an existing playlist open, Add to Current Playlist will
append all tracks on your current CD to that playlist. Selecting Play
All will clear a current playlist and create a new one consisting of
all the files on the current CD. (Be sure to save your playlist, if
desired, prior to selecting the Play All option.) Files are added to a
playlist in alphabetical order by file name. Playlists start again from
the beginning once the final track has played.