My wireless controller will make my character, in any game, move forward without me even touching the analog stick. I have to pull the analog stick back fairly hard just to keep my character still. Its like driving your vehicle with the alignment all off. You take your hand off the wheel and it veers to one side or the other.
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Re: Wireless controller moves on its own
Try reconnecting your controller to your 360 if its wireless by holding the little button on the back next to the left bumper then hit the same button on your console bottom left of your power button if that doesnt work then your controller may be broken and you will need to buy a new one. if your controller is wired then its probably been dropped and messed up
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It sounds like the same bugs in the system that the old Xbox, and the 360 had to deal with. They use to tell you not to press a button while the game loaded, or the game will think that the button is at (0). I would contact Microsoft and ask them what you should do directly. This issue could be cause for opening a recall on the controllers. Good luck.
Sometimes your joystick on xbox controllers can become stuck. To fix this you can do one of two things. you can ether buy a can of air used to clean out computer keyboards and spray it inside the analog stick. Sometimes if that does not work you can also disassemble your controller with a t8 torc screwdriver. Ones disassembled use hot water on and below the analog stick to get rid of unwanted grim. This should fix the problem.
The mechanism that controls the stick breaks after a while. You can either buy a new controller, or replace the stick mechanism.
If you have experience soldering, and a soldering iron its alot cheaper. The tool to open the controller is under 2$ on amazon. If you dont have a soldering iron you can find them on google products for 25-30$. The replacement part for under 4$ on sparkfun. So you could fix it for under 36$, but it will take a bit of time as well. The directions can be found on instructables.com.
Google Products: http://www.google.com/products/catalog?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=soldering+iron&oe=utf-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=817425972678160719&ei=iX5LTaf8GIXEsAP9m_GrCg&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=result&resnum=7&ved=0CGIQ8wIwBg#
Sounds like you went to a lot of trouble to play this game. Since you used all different hardware, I would think it would be one of two things.
1) Were the controllers you used official or off-brand? Some off-brand controllers don't work 100% with all games.
2) Check the surface of the disk for scratches or warping.
Also, on the off chance that the controller you were using are wireless, try a wired controller as some wireless can be easily goofed with due to radio interference.
On a side note, I am guessing you meant European Assault, if you are playing the European version of the game, then that would cause you even more problems.