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Xbox 360 wireless control pad wont connect

When i press the circle on my wireless xbox 360 controller the green lights on 1 to 4 just keep flashing and wont connect. This is after using it on a friends xbox where it worked perfectly. Any ideas?

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  • fun2bdeb Feb 07, 2009

    sorted, thank you.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    when i press button in middle it lights up green but keeps on flashing green and wont connect



  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    derrrr.....i knew that button was for somethin!! lol

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Have you tried to pair it... the little white button on both the controller and the 360? works just like the wii remote

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