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Re: my guitar hero wont work!
Hi partygrl, this happens alot of me too,
this flashing means you left the guitar turned on without touching it for 5 mins or so. Because the guitar is ran on batteries, to prevent them from dying, it goes into powersave mode.
If there is no button, take out the batteries and put them back in, this will restart the guitar.
good luck :)
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Is this a for a Nintiendo Wii? If so you may need to sync your guitar with the Wii. There is a red
button in the front panel on your Wii and the guitar should have a red sync button. Depress the
red button on the Wii first then depress the button on your guitar. after a few seconds the lights
on your guitar should stop blinking and the guitar should be assigned to controller 1 through 4
once this happns the guitar should start working.
If the guitar is wireless you may need to do the same for other consoles. The guitar may need
to sync with the wireless interface that plugs into the console. The same method applies as
above but the sync button should be on the wirless plug for the controller that plugs into the
The "component" you put on your PS2 (the controller) has a button. First make sure your guitar has batteries put in right and is turned on the "on" switch. Then start up guitar hero, and then you push the button of the controller you have put in, it will start blinking. Then you push any button on your guitar and it should connect.
i would suggest getting a new guitar for the Guitar Hero. if you do such things as excessively or harshefully drop it, wrap/ overextend the cord as to tearing the inside copper away causing a faulty electrical current,etc. damaging it, or applying too much pressure to the buttons. these will result in a malfunctioning guitar themed controller. bu a new one.
I had this issue myself today when I borrowed Guitar Hero III and the wireless guitar from a friend. Luckily I decided to scour the internet before I got so pissed that I broke an accessory that isn't mine.
There are TWO buttons that you have to push to connect a new wireless device to your 360 that isn't connecting automatically.
Step 1 There is a small white button on the face of the 360 just to the right of the controller wire ports. Press and hold this button until the light on your 360 starts to flash. This puts your system into pairing mode. When this happens:
Step 2 There is a small inconspicuous button on the bottom of the guitar near the strap connection When you press and hold this one you will see the lights around the x-box symbol flash in a circle.
If this does not solve your problem, chance are that you are indeed F*@KED and have to return yet another Microsoft product.
Ahi little ben,
This is a very easy fix,
the guitars for GH run by battieries and each guitar is fitted with a power saving mode.
When the guitar isnt used for a period of time, it shuts down, and blinks[the blinking lets you know when power saving mode is on]
What you need to do is press the, usually middle, button on the guitar, its not start or select, but its usually labeled 'link'
Good luck, PS try through the fire and flames on expert ;)