Wireless Xbox 360 Accessories

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Wireless accessories for the Xbox 360 include wireless adapters and wireless controllers, and common problems with an Xbox 360 controller include controllers that don't sync up to the system. Discover how to use the Internet with a wireless Xbox 360 network adapter with help from a computer engineer in this free video on Xbox 360 repairs and maintenance.

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Hi I'm Dave from Singh Technologies in Franklin, Tennessee and today we are going to go over some of the wireless adapters and accessors that you can get for the Xbox 360. First off the most common is your standard Xbox controller. It is working and it uses rf to work, not infrared like the Wii so it doesn't work by what's called line of sight meaning that somebody can walk in front of you and the game system and it will still work with the Xbox 360. Common problems and issues are people coming over and trying to use their controller on your Xbox and it doesn't work and we are going to show you how to sync these up real quick and basically after the Xbox is on you press your button and then basically you will sit there and get a light that goes around all the time. That means it is not syncing up to the actual Xbox 360. On the end of the controller there is a little button that is on the left hand side of the actual wired connector for the controller and it has got three little dashes beside it, push that down and the lights will start going around and then once they start blinking you'll get the one light or two if you are doing a second or third or fourth controller. Once it lights up to whatever number is up here that's what that controller is and commonly like the rock band, guitars, the drums, everything else you are going to have to do the same thing initially to get it to sync up to your Xbox. The only other wireless adapter that is for the Xbox 360 that I know of is the actual wireless network for the gamers and basically that will plug into any USB port the front or the back of the Xbox and then turn the Xbox on and it will start the actual set up for it which is pretty much automated so if you have a wireless network in your home and you plug that controller in then you can get on the internet and surf and also play on the network games through your Xbox.


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