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Re: xbox360 wireless controller
Whenever a wireless controller is used on multiple 360s you need to resync the controller to the console. To do this turn both the controller and the 360 on, then find the little sync button on the 360 controller and hold it down until the lights flash in a clockwise circle. Now find the sync button on the 360 console and hold it down until the lights on the console spin in a clockwise fashion. Wait a couple seconds until the two sync up and then voila, you're good to go!
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there are plug in places in ur wireless router plug in an internet cable in the router and in ur xbox and start playing it will add the Xbox fine and if u have a router password go to option in ur xbox and identify it it will work fin :)
I would say you have a couple of shorts or crossed wires only common way I could imagine this happening would be having something spilt on it cause moisture on the inside to cross the circuits Id say maybe take it apart but definitely let it dry out if for some reason it was not caused from moisture I would just return it for a new one
You need to press the sync button on the Xbox360(little white button on the faceplate just under the DVD drive). Then you press the sync button on the wireless remote. (An even smaller little white button, on the side of the contoller that would be "facing" the 360 while you hold the controller)
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.
Run the network tests from within the 360 menus - looking especially at the result for network address translation (NAT). If this is either limited or fail, you will need to change your router for one which is compatible with xbox live. Try xbox.com to work out which routers are recommended.
As far as your router kicking him when you connected your pc, then you must have altered the access permissions of the router maybe by accident.
If all else fails, turn off the pc, router, modem and 360. Find the reset button on your router and press/hold this for at least five seconds. Turn on the modem, then the router. Let that settle for a minute, then connect and setup 360 and laptop.
I just came home to find this same problem. Four blinking lights on the wireless controller and the inability to sync the controller with my 360. On a whim I took out my controller's battery and then reinserted it after a few seconds. Voila! Problem solved. Controller works normally again!