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Wireless controller control functions does not work.

My xbox 360 powers up and reads the disk but the controllers will not start the game. The lights on the console do not light up. I sent my unit in for a disk drive replacement and the lights worked prior to the replacement. The drive would not read the disk prior to the replacement but does now. I have tried several controllers without any success.

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  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    my xbox 360 work but the controllers don't connect to it at all i tried pushing the the one button on the xbox and the one on the controller and it still won't connect and i tried to connect a wire controller but the lights don't show up. My controllers still don't connect to the xbox and it says i am loged in when i'm not connected

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I would try a plug and play controller connector. You can buy them at most electronic stores. They just plug into your controller and you put it into the USB port.

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