Possible but doesn't sound like it. Sounds more like a problem with the wire not supplying enough power to the pad to provide a stable connection. If you can get hold of one off of a friend/relative/hobo then try using the usb connector with the lead, if it works then its the connector thats your problem and would probably be easier/cheaper to buy another pad. If it works just try and buy another connector or hope that your friend/relative/hobo is generous.
a 6ya Technician can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Technician (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
The red rings are a fatal Xbox 360 error. There is no way to solve this problem except by having a qualified professional perform a reflow to the problem Chip. This can usually be determined based on the number of quadrants lit.
1 Red Quadrant is usually System Error. A "E##" error code will be displayed on the screen. Most common is E74.
2 Red Quadrants indicates the console is overheating.
3 Red Quadrants indicates hardware failure. A secondary error code can be acquired by pressing and holding the sync button then while continuing to hold the sync button repeatedly pressing the eject button and noting the number of red quadrants that becomes lit.
4 Red Quadrants indicates that either no A/V (Audio / Video ) Connection is available.
Good Luck! Let me know if you have any further questions. If you tell me which number of quadrants or the error code I can point you in the right direction.
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.
RROD stand's for "Red Ring of Death." its a problem of epidemic proportions the xbox 360 has been facing since it first hit the market almost 4 years ago. The front of the Xbox has a reticule made up of 4 light-up quadrants. Typically these lights glow green when the console is activated & usually only indicate how many controllers are connected to the console. When these quadrants ever glow red, that means there's a problem with the hardware. the "RROD" consists of 3 of these quadrants being lit up. if this ever happens, the console will have a complete system failure & will almost definitely never work properly again unless repaired. if someone is selling you a console that he/she describes with "RROD" in it's description that means the console is currently suffering from that particular problem. Now, if the console is still under warranty (which has been extended to 3 years now) & hasn't been tampered with or previously refurbished, it can be sent in to Microsoft for repairs completely free of charge. I'm assuming your drawn to these "RROD" described consoles because they are significantly cheaper than the new or used ones you've seen am i right? it is most likely that these consoles no longer have their warranty & are being sold because either their owners have no means, cash or desire to fix them themselves or they're selling them for use as parts to more tech-savvy buyers. whatever the case may be, be careful in your purchase.
I have just tried again and again! Just do what it says in the manual! The quadrants don't light up! go through the install process and give them a try and they should work. That's all I did and they worked fine. Good Luck
Does it glow in all four quadrants and doesn't go to the player 1 quadrant? If it does, I think I just barely got past that problem! What you need to do is: Turn your controller on (make sure the 360 is on first) press the connect button on the console, then the most important part: HOLD THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE CONTROLLER! This was a real biggy for me, i just tapped the button instead! hope i helped!