The power button on my 360 puts the one green light on the right instead of the left
I have one controller(wireless)that is hooked up to my 360.Today it just so happened that the one quarter green ring of light went to the right instead of the left.So now my controller shows it on the left but my console shows it on the right.Anybody have any ideas what I should do.
Re: The power button on my 360 puts the one green light...
I have a very similar problem I had a few days ago. But what I did was I shut down the Xbox 360 console completely. Then I unplugged the power cord from the Xbox 360 console and the wall outlet, and then I disconnected the batteries from the wireless controller. let it sit for about 5 min. Then plugged everything back in, and finally I hit the the wireless connecting buttons on both the Xbox 360 console itself, and the wireless controller(s).
And from then on, I have had no problems, what so ever since I did that (above).
Re: The power button on my 360 puts the one green light...
Ur problem more than likely is that you layed ur xbox 360 down on its side or upright if so put it which ever way its not right now. if u didnt flip it and the green light is like u say then flip it which ever way its not and then flip it back again. the green lights have sensors in them that tell when the 360 is being flipped upright or on its side so when u flip it the lights flip which way u flip it.
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If the Xbox 360 power supply light is green, this means the Xbox 360 power supply is ok and it is an issue with the console itself. You will need to contact Xbox 360 customer support to service your console. However, if you have a flashing orange or yellow light, it means that your console is fine but instead there is something wrong with your power supply. It indicates that it's not getting enough power.
I have come across a few questions asking why a wireless controller is on but not connected, or why it is on and no corresponding green lights were on, etc.. So here it is: DRAGONF1R3 REPAIRS' GUIDE TO SYNC YOUR XBOX 360 CONTROLLER TO IT'S CONSOLE
Quite a title I know, but the actual guide is very simple.
Step 1: Power on your Xbox 360 console. In this guide I'm assuming everyone already has their console hooked up, if not, contact me.
Step 2: Power on Xbox 360 Controller. Make sure it has a battery pack that has correctly place and working batteries or charged re-chargeable battery pack.
Step 3: Locate the small circular sync button on your controller. It is near where your controller can be plugged in (between the LB and RB).
Step 4: Locate the small circular sync button on your Xbox 360 console. It is next to Memory Unit slot 2.
Step 5: Press and hold the controller sync button until the green power lights start spinning.
Step 6: While your controller lights are still spinning press and hold the console sync button. The console's lights should spin also, then flash, and finally show the player slot light on both the console and the controller.
Viola! You've synced your wireless controller! You can sync up to four controllers. Also, you can use this guide to sync to different Xbox 360 consoles. So you can bring only your controller to your friend's house.
Note: If you sync your controller to another console, you will have to re-sync it to your own afterwords.
You need to sync the xbox with the wireless controls. Turn on XBOX , there is a small button next to where the memory card goes in . Press the button - green lights will circle on the xbox, while its doing that, press + hold the tiny button on top of the controller . This will sync the control to the right XBOX
If this is for your console:
*Solution* - It means your controller isn't synced with your console. At the top of your controller, there is a little sync button with waves next to it inbetween the two bumpers. Press that button once, then go to your console and press the similar button located on the front of it right next to Memory Slot B. You'll see the green light run circles around the main button for a second until they recognize each other, blink a couple of times and then you'll see the green light in the top left quadrant of the controller and the console.
If this is for the PC:
*Solution* - It could be in relation to a driver issue, power issue or both. First try unplugging any other USB devices you have to your machine besides the 360 controller. The wireless dongle used to connect to the controller uses a lot of onboard power. If unplugging everything but the controller get's the controller to sync, you might have to consider getting an upgraded power supply unit if you have a desktop or just getting a wired controller.
If that doesn't fix it, you can try uninstalling the current controller drivers you have on your system, downloading and installing the new drivers from Microsoft's web-site and try syncing again.
Is this a new controller? Are the batteries new/recharged?
This is the sequence summary on where you are going to focus:
Step 1 - Controller
Step 2 - Console
Step 3 - Console
Step 4 - Controller
Step 5 - Both
Assuming your controller is a wireless version, Lets start!
Step 1 | Press and hold the Xbox Guide button until the controller turns on. The Xbox Guide button is the round button with the green "X" near the center of the controller.
Step 2 | Make sure that your Xbox 360 console is turned on. If your Xbox 360
console is not turned on, press the power button. The power button is
the large round button on your Xbox 360 console.
Step 3 | On the Xbox 360 console, press and release the Connect button. The Connect button is the small round button on the Xbox 360 console.
Step 4 | On the controller, press and release the Connect button. The Connect button is the small button on the front edge of the controller, between the left bumper button and the charging port.
Step 5 | After the Ring of Light spins and flashes one time on the controller
and on the console, the controller is connected. The quadrant on the
Ring of Light that remains lit indicates the position in which the
controller is connected.
Light indicator on console Green light in the center- power is on Green light on one quadrant - controller is connected Four green lights rotating on four quadrants - ready to connect with controller
Light indicator on wireless controllers No lights - no batteries
Green steady light on one quadrant - connected Blinking green lights - its either its ready to connect or the batteries are dying
*Make sure that you have a fully recharged rechargeable batteries *Make sure that you have a functioning/new non-rechargeable batteries *If the steps above aren't working use another Xbox360 controller and follow the same steps.
If the new/working controller is connecting with the console this means that the previous controller is faulty - needs replacement. If the new/working controller is not connecting with the console this may mean that the console is faulty - needs repair.
*NEVER TAMPER WITH ANY OF THE TWO AS TAMPERING WILL VOID EXISTING WARRANTY.
If you have no power to the console or the console itself is not powered on then the light will not turn green. In other words...until you can turn the power on to your xbox 360 the light will remain yellow. Check the connection to the back of your 360 it may have wiggled loose somehow. The instant that the power brick senses power making a complete cycle in your 360 your light will turn green. If the 360 fails to turn on when you push the power button or when you push the center button on your wireless controller or when you push the center button on a wired or wireless controller that is connected physically to the 360 then I hope it is still under warranty. If not then you should contact someone about how to repair this issue. It may be that the power button is the only thing broken on this machine.
It sounds like it needs syncing in. On the controller there is a little button between the LB & RB buttons, when pressed the the green LED ring will light up clockwise. At the same time press the sync button on the 360, just to the left of the power button, the green LED ring on the 360 will also light up clockwise, after a few seconds both controller and 360 should sync.
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
you have to press the connection buttons, one on the controller and one on the xbox 360, the one on the controller is located on top by the triggers next to the cartridge insert port right by the left button, it has 3 wavy lines next to it, when you press it, the controller will light up and go in circles. After that quickly press the button on the xbox 360 located under memory unit A, to the left of the disc eject, then the xbox 360 lights will go in a circle then automatically connect. If it doesnt work at first, try it again, but quicker.