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Okay I'm having a bit
Remove your log in pass code. I understand that it is nice to have in case others try to log into your system, but that is the problem here. The guitar is sending different signals than the controller is for what ever reason. I would suggest at least trying this without a pass code to see if that fixes the issue. It should just be an issue of mixed signals. If you're able to sign in with the controller, then the pass code has to be the issue. Best of luck to you.
I bought guitar hero warriors
Do other games work? If they do, you may need to clear your system cache. Go to My Xbox > System Settings > Memory, then select your storage device and press Y, then click clear system cache.
If the other games don't work, the problem is with the 360 and you should contact Microsoft about repair or replacement.
We have Guitar Hero Warrior
The calibration settings were probably messed with, go into the options and look for calibration. If you had it calibrated a certain way to begin with you'll have to find out your original settings. However, if you didn't, you can just set the calibration back to 0.
I cant get the guitar
You need to pair the guitar to the Xbox just like you would any other new controller. Press the sync button on the guitar (usually located near the Xbox Guide button) and the sync button on the Xbox (located to the right of the slot for memory unit 2) and they should sync up.
Me and my gf are
This is because her NAT settings are strict, or moderate and not accepting information from other networks. Look into finding out how to open the NAT settings on your router/modem on Google. You must first find what type of router you have, and find out from there.
I am having a problem.
Direct3D 6? Wow, the game must be way older than your computer. You probably installed DirectX 10 or later. There were major changes after DirectX 9. The software routines to manage graphics hardware acceleration through DirectX 10 or newer are probably very different from DirectX 6, so the game's graphic controller interface can't find them.
Try going into the game properties (right-click on the main executable file and select Properties from the pop-up menu).
Set it to run in XP compatibility mode and see what happens.
Check to see if the game has the option to run without hardware acceleration. If this provides acceptable performance, that is your answer.
If necessary (and if Microsoft still makes it available), try installing DirectX 6. Vista may snag on it and make you remove it and reinstall a newer version, but it's worth a shot if the other fixes don't work.
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