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How to connect the comptroller to the console?

My uncle sent me a used xbox console 2002 model. it seems that there is a missing part or adapter between the concole and the comptroller. if ever can i just by a wireless comptroller the latest one of xbox? do you think it will work? thanks

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If you are talking about a 360 wireless it wont work. The part that is missing is a small break away cable that connects between the controller and xbox. You can find it on gamestop.com

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn Feb 04, 2009

    ok be spacific about the cable and lets see what inapproriate on this matter.

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