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Here are the things you can do to solve the problem.
1. On the front of the controller and the system there is a little button you can press that can connect to each other for you to play.
2. Make sure that the batteries are properly placed inside the battery pack under the controller.
3. Make sure the batteries are not dead.
I know this is not much but I hope this information helps you.
if your trying to use the controller to play games on your pc you cant unless u buy the microsoft adapter wireless gaming adapter for your computer, if your trying to just charge it, you just connect the charge cable to your usb drive and windows will automaticly find the drivers.
My receiver died two days ago, i opened it up, and the Fuse was damaged, dont know how it could happen, not that much of current going thru that receiver, well the thing is all you have to do is get a solderer, and soldering iron, remove the fuse and solder a little cable so that you have a close circuit, The fuse is on the down side of the PCB (Printed Circuit Board), its named after F1
If you're using an HDMI connection between the Xbox 360 and the TV, it might be that. When using HDMI, the Xbox won't boot up until it knows what the TV is capable of displaying. Although the controller will turn the console on, it won't sync with the console -- and it's not a controller or console problem, but just a symptom of the fact that the Xbox won't get to the point where controllers will sync until it can properly communicate with the TV. I'd recommend turning off the TV and the Xbox, disconnecting the HDMI cable and re-connecting it after making sure the contacts are clean. Then turn the Xbox back on first; you'll likely to see the same behavior. Finally, turn the TV back on. With it being switched back into HDMI mode, it just might "kick-start" the Xbox into a good communication link across HDMI. Hope that helps.
There is nothing wrong with your controller OR your xbox.
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 - 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 ^_^
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