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Re: help my xbox wont start
Sorry, I dont have any experience with games consoles. Please try one of the other experts as one of them will surely be able to help you. My forte are large screen televisions. Sorry that i couldnt help you.
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Well you can try this solution to get it too work. The thing with the XBOX 360 is that it has a hard time syncing with other controllers made by different companies. So try these steps first and see if they work if not you might have got a set of bad drums.
Step 1. Turn on XBOX 360
Step 2. Turn on drums (hold xbox button on drums).
Step 3. Press sync button on 360 (XBOX ligh on console should start circling
Step 4. Press sync button on drums [under D pad] (xbox light on drums should start circling)
If this doesn't work then you should RMA the drums to http://rockbandservice.ea.com to replace the bad ones.
Right, just keep plugging in the charger into the controller until the
light stays red, the small amounts of charge put in each time will
eventually give the battery enough juice for it's built in 'memory' to
be clued in as to how much power is really in and will then start
charging. This is usually caused by leaving your controller unused for
a while usually days or so at room temperature after fully charging it
in your xbox (i.e. the battery memory 'thinks' it's full and tells the
xbox as much when really it's empty)
the problem may be that they arnt syncing correctly, i had this problem and i was a ble to fix it, first you have to turn the console on, dont turn the controller on, hold the xbox's sync button for about 30 seconds, now turn off the console, remove all wires from the xbox, and from the mains power, after about 5 minutes plug it back in first click the xbox sync button then the one on the controller, this should work, if it doesnt call xbox customer support on 0800 587 1103 (UK) or 425 635-7180 (US)
i had the same problem, and is a easy fix, turn on your console, dont need the controller on, and hold the sync button for approx 30 seconds, then turn the console off, take out the power lead from the console and then remove it from your mains, wait about 1-2 minuts then plug it up and switch on the console, first sync the xbox then the controller, and this should work, if it dosent try xbox support their number is on xbox.com
Sounds like an electrical short in xboxs usb port. check the brick if it has a red light you need a new brick. if not, try unplug the controller from the console and remove the faceplate and try turn it on. sorry if i cant be more help. alex
what you need is two towels just normal bathroom towels take everything out of your xbox e.g harddrive,controlers etc only things to leave in is the av cable and power supply as you wanna turn on the xbox lie a towel flat on the ground and lie the xbox on its side ontop of the towel turn the xbox on, you will see the error message and the red lights flash. wrap the towel around your xbox covering the air vents and then the 2nd towel put over the top. leave it on in the towels for about 20 mins then after that take all the towels off turn off the console and leave to cool down for 15 mins. turn the xbox on and it should restart again fine but only lasts for a couple of days then you have to do it again. wont fix it but will let u play while microsoft gets it.
its only a temperory fix you may need to contact microsoft