Everytime I turn on my Xbox and power up the controllers, a few minutes into my gaming, the controllers either shut off, or lose their connections. After I attempt to power them up again, the experience is repeated. I use batteries, and they are fully charged, so I suspect it is a problem with the console. Thanks for your help.
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need more info if its just the controller that wont turn on get a new one or replace batteries if it wont connect to consol theres a small button at the top press this along with an equillyh sized button on the consoll beside the power button gold th controller toward the power button for a few seconds
On the xbox 360 controller, press and hold the xbox button in for a few seconds. A screen will pop up asking if you want to turn off the controller (if you are using a wireless controller) or the system.
Another option is to press the power button and wait for the system to turn off.
im guessing you have some problems with your Elites motherboard, could possibly be damaged electronics within the motherboard, as it is the motherboard on the Xbox which prepares the system for shutdown when the button is pressed and also wirelessly through the controller.
Luckily Xbox systems come with 5 years warranty. and because this is potentially a hardware issue, i would recommend contacting Xbox customer support to solve this issue. their contact information can be found on http://www.xbox.com/support
If the control is blinks in sequence with the four LED light on the XBox 360 but it does not change to only one LED, being the one that corresponds to which player the control is, you need to remove the batteries from the control then disconnect power from your XBox 360. Wait a few minutes before reconnecting power to either then attempt to sync the control again. This resolves most issues.
with te video problem it might be that u have a pal 50 tv and u have the video on the 360 on pal 60. It used to do it to my tv until my friend told me what to do and the video works fine now.
You must sync the 360 with your controller. Turn on your 360 and your controller. Push the little black button on the front of your console, then hold the little tiny button on the top of your controller for a few seconds. This should sync them.