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To begin, turn on your xbox 360. On the top of the wireless controller, to the right of the LB button there is a small white button. Hold this, and the lights near the xbox button will spin in a circle. On the front of your xbox 360, there is a button to right of the memory card slot. Press this button and the lights on the front of the xbox will spin. After a few seconds, the controller should synch with the xbox. If this does not work, make sure that the lights are spinning in circles at the same time.
You need to sink the controller with the XBOX 360 console.
Look for a little button in the front of the 360 system that has a icon that looks like 3 curved lines (kind of like a sound wave ")))" ). Clicking in on that button will make the green light on the controller position on the system move around and around. Don't be alarmed, this is normal.
When you see this, click on the same little button on top of your second controller to start the same action on the controller.
After a few seconds of both the 360 system and the controller doing the "sinking motion that cycles through the 4 controller positions" it should show up as the 2nd controller.
This makes your controller in the same wireless range as the 360 system. You will have to do this if you want to use your 360 controller on someone elses 360 console too. That goes for any XBOX 360 controller as well (guitar, drums, or other controllers)
Did you try to see if your tv's hdmi/component cable input(s) are working properly? Try another device to see if it works. Then check your cables and make sure all of them are pluged in at the right place and securely in. If it still doesn't work, then contact Microsoft because it's an internal error. Also it wouldn't hurt to unplug everything from the 360 and repluging it. Microsoft always says that as a first troubleshoot.
Hello my name is Tim Ehrhart, If the reciever is not lighting up then it is dead, you can try to take it to walmart and exchange it for a working one, they are usualy good at swapping out and if they give you a hard time buy a new one and return it with the old reciever instead of the new one. I hope this helps you.
you have to link controller to xbox under disk tray to right theys a small round button press this green rings flash, whilstflashing press xbox button on controller so it also flashes this will link them