There is a wire on the harness (pink or brown i think) called cell phone mute. if this wire is touching power or ground or any other wires you will have these problems. make sure this wire is taped off and secured behind the dash.
If it was hooked up intentionaly it will mute your stereo anytime a call comes in on a cell phone.
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Press the "click" button and then set the tempo you want, press the "click" button again this will stop the metronimoe but is also sets the tempo in memory. The next time you press the "click" button it will be ready to go.
Anytime you press the tempo + or - it thinks you are trying to use the "Tap Tempo Function".
When in game, does the music play at all? If so, press the quide button and stop the music under the appropriate tab that allows you to pause and skip songs. You may have made a playlist and it keeps playing it while in game. I'd go on my 360 and give exact instructions, but mine is shipped out to Microsoft courtesy of their inability to produce lasting machines. Keep playing with the media settings and try to get it to where the play, skip song, fast-forward sections on the music tab of the guide button are grayed out. Good luck!
P.S. If worst comes to worst, call Xbox tech support... 1-800-4MYXBOX. You'll have to talk to a robot for a bit to get your info straight, but it shouldn't be too busy.
Format the Walkman then re-transfer musics to the player. Always ensure that the Walkman shouldn't be disconnected while transferring music.
Follow the steps given below to format the player:
Press and hold the Home button in stop mode until the Home screen appears. Press the |<</>>| button to select the Menu and press the start/stop button to confirm. Press the |<</>>| button to select "Advanced Menu" and press the start/stop button to confirm. Press the |<</>>| button to select "Initialize" and press the start/stop button to confirm. Press the |<</>>| button to select "Format" and press the start/stop button to confirm. Press the |<</>>| button to select "OK" and press the start/stop button to confirm. "Formatting..." appears and formatting starts. When formatting is complete, "COMPLETE" appears.
If the issue persists then service will be required.
The broadband connection you are using is not supporting realtime streaming due to less bandwidth. Do not run any parallel downloads or video streaming. Upgrade to next bandwidth available at your provider to get continous streaming.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.