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Right, just keep plugging in the charger into the controller until the
light stays red, the small amounts of charge put in each time will
eventually give the battery enough juice for it's built in 'memory' to
be clued in as to how much power is really in and will then start
charging. This is usually caused by leaving your controller unused for
a while usually days or so at room temperature after fully charging it
in your xbox (i.e. the battery memory 'thinks' it's full and tells the
xbox as much when really it's empty)
This is the problem with the GPU, Just fixed on the other day with the same problem. best way to fix it is with a heatgun and an xbox360 repair kit. The same kit for fixing the 3 red lights and E74 problems.
turn on your xbox 360. push the small button to the top of the controller where the headset plugs in and pust the white button by the memory card slot is at the same ti me with the button on the controller. you have to hold it 4 a lil bit. then your controller would b set to your system i had to do the same thing 4 mine