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Re: my control not working right
1 thing to try is unplug every thing and start fresh then resync the controller to the xbox with the button on the top of the controller on the left with the 3 little ((( on it then press the round button on the front of the xbox to sync them both up this should work
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try getting new batteries if you have a rechargeable battery pack plug in the charger then dissconnect. If this doesn't work it could be two things either your controller or the 360 cant sent out wireless signals for yor 360. To fix this try a different controller or send it in if you still have a warrenty
If you power up a new
controller and the Ring of Light lights just keep cycling around in a
circle without settling on a position, this means that the game console
does not recognize that controller.
This can happen with a new
controller or when replacing batteries.
To sync it up with the XBox
360, you need to first turn on your game machine,
then turn on the
wireless controller (push the Xbox button and hold it until it lights
then press the little connect button on the game console (round
button to the right of the two memory slots on the front of the
then press the connect button on the rear of the wireless
controller in between the left and right buttons that you normally push
with your index fingers (above and to the right of the battery release
The Ring of Light will cycle on the controller and then it
will be assigned a position by the Xbox and stay lit. To turn a
controller off or disconnect it, press and hold the Xbox button in the
middle for a second or two until the light goes off - if you are in the
middle of a game it will ask you if you want to turn off just the
controller or the console as well. When the console powers down, all
wireless controllers are automatically turned off.
If this does not work, attempt to connect with a different controller to make sure that the controller you are trying to use is not defective.
Guys, you really need to calm down... I have the same problem like you.
I'll tell you step by step why the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller won't work.
1. The controller will automatically disconnect during the gameplay, and the charging kit won't charge.
Solution: This is true what I'm saying now... Where you guys brought your wireless controllers in the stores, there was a Frequently Asked Questions book inside the kit. It told you about the importance of the charging of your wireless controller, because Microsoft informed that it's VERY important to empty your battery before charging it, because the charging kit will no longer charge your battery, and the same thing happened to me. So, if you have any questions of your wireless controller, then contact me at my gamertag, NussKarte. I'll give you new information how to fix your wireless controller.
Make sure that there are no other wireless controllers in the room to interfere with setup. Remove the batteries and start from square one again. I have 4 wireless controllers and had to do this to get each one to sync right.
I have a very similar problem I had a few days ago. But what I did was I shut down the Xbox 360 console completely. Then I unplugged the power cord from the Xbox 360 console and the wall outlet, and then I disconnected the batteries from the wireless controller. let it sit for about 5 min. Then plugged everything back in, and finally I hit the the wireless connecting buttons on both the Xbox 360 console itself, and the wireless controller(s).
And from then on, I have had no problems, what so ever since I did that (above).