Question about Microsoft MS Xbox 360 Common Controller (DHC8G00004)
I bought an xbox 360 controller with wireless reciever for my pc. It worked for a while but out of nowhere the reciever won't connect anymore. The controllers connecting light just sits there and flashes all four at once. And that's all it does for five minutes. Then shuts off. It isn't under the game controlers app on my computer and I don't know how to change that. It has new batterys in it. If anyone can solve my problem I would be very greatful.
Most likely the controller can't find the signal from your wireless receiver. There should be a white button on the front of the controller that has three wavy bars on it, press that so your controller starts searching for a signal. You should find a white button with the same three bar design on it on the wireless receiver. Press that and the controller should eventually find the receiver. You may have to deviate and try different combination (press the button on the receiver first and then the one on the controller.) Sometimes the wireless controllers are finicky about the signal.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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