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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you're using the AA battery pack, try this.
Use a small screwdriver or other such tool to pry up the metal spring on the back of the battery pack as seen here:
This will give you access to the two small metal prongs underneath. Pry these up as well, as far as you can (see below).
Finally, push the metal spring back down just enough so that a little bump of it appears above the battery pack, like so.
Now power it up and test it out!
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
Alright, I've been playing around with it and i found a way.
You'll need to be pretty quick with it. The best way i found is to hit the xBox button, then quickly unplug the controller and plug it into another port.
(You will have to press the xBox button, it will give you a better chance at getting this, it'll tie up the driver for a split second)
This will get you over to player 2. If it doesnt work the first time, try it again a few times, switching ports each time.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
clikc ont he button on ur xbox that looks like a bunch of arrows then turn on ur controller....this should solve it, if not e-mail me at email@example.com
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
The battery indicator found when pressing your xbox logo button is
temperamental. It might say 2 bars, or 3 or even full battery but this
is not a good indicator of a full battery.
The problem IS low batteries(or more specifically - bad batteries) - when the batteries become low the vibration function can cause the controller to disconnect. This is happens because the vibration function uses extra battery power.
So basically... Every time your controller vibrates, it disconnects. This occurs when firing a weapon in most games, grenades in COD, landing heavy tricks in Skate 2, the list goes on, you'll find many complaints from people stating their controller disconnects specifically with these events.
The simple solution, turn off the vibration function when this occurs. It'll never happen to you again ^_^
Thumbs this up when it proves correct for you. I'd recommend a recharge while you play pack. ALWAYS by the official products too. They're much more reliable and aren't prone to this kind of behaviour.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
first do you have a "short" in the Controller, try another one and see if it does, also try cleaning the game disk with something like "windex", also try "checking any add on memory, you could have a "Glitch", in either of these, but try them one by one, start with the easy ones first, let me know if I can be of more help, also try disabling the the "vibration", and see if it still does it, god bless and happy 4th
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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