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For awhile guitar hero II guitar worked in port but 5 other controllers would not,now no controllers work. port does not appear to be pushed in

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Hi Allinall,
I think ur controllar port strip is damaged, So it need to be repair or replaced.
Hope it will help to solve ur problem

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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