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sw Said: August 16, 2013 at 11:52 pm Thanks mate, the tin foil trick did it for me! Just take warning. (XBOX controller and powered USB 3.0 no GO) !!!!! Reply reahax says: November 20, 2013 at 12:57 PM Thank you mate. Reply saldfjlsafdjla says: August 17, 2013 at 8:35 PM Even for the attempt to try and fix it makes you a rock star. weblink

Back to playing Sleeping Dogs! Reply mike says: November 7, 2014 at 4:16 PM The R7 resistor got nicked when opening my receiver and it now powers but doesn't sync the controller. Nice ugly large blob of solder over the F1 fuse and my this stupid thing works again. Just curious; hoping maybe I can fix both!

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Note The USB ports on the back of a PC are typically powered ports. Published on Mar 19, 2013f1 fuse on bottom. Is this a mistake or is that what your suggesting to swap the bad fuse out for? 5 amps seems like overkill and will never blow out as USB 2.0 hubs I am thinking another thing as well; what if we do this fix, and then get a USB hub that has a fuse on it, and connect the receiver via that.

The store will send it back to Microsoft and get credited for it. I could'nt remove original fuse, seams to be glued on PCB so I soldered wires on bigger terminals. Both procedures are identical, so whichever you choose as your path, rest assured you are covered by these instructions. Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver Driver Windows 10 Took off the old fuse and blobbed over it, 15 mins later it's working like a charm.

That's It Guys 681,605 views 3:03 How to fix xbox 360 Controller Problem In SC Conviction And Blacklist (pc) - Duration: 1:53. Xbox 360 Wireless Controller Adapter Home Full Reviews About The Project The Replay Project From START to GAME OVER Stay updated via RSS Archives Archives Select Month March 2014 (1) October 2012 (1) October 2010 (1) August Reply ICptJackSparrow says: October 2, 2012 at 5:51 AM Honestly, it probably is not okay to leave it plugged in. I recently pulled mine apart and found out it was a N Fuse(0467002).

Sucks microsoft hardware ! Pc Wireless Gaming Receiver Driver All of that has been attempted albeit unsuccessful (should have mentioned it earlier) Can't find your answer ? But I am thinking if its a ticking time-bomb which can fry something somewhere and we might not know until its too late. I'd like to order a few new fuses and do a proper fix: Have you performed this fix yourself?

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Unplug the USB connector, and then plug it in again. The only loser ends up being Microsoft and I'm not losing any sleep over that. Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter Driver Many of the materials used to assemble electronic devices contain dangerous chemicals such as lead. Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter Driver Windows 10 Hey, just wanted to add here that I fixed mine too.

If a USB port doesn’t work with any accessory, your console might need to be repaired. http://ict4m.org/xbox-360/xbox-360-wireless-receiver-for-pc-not-working.php Found this video on YouTube: (Make sure you give the video maker appropriate kudos, btw) Tags: broken, device manager, died, no light, not responding, receiver, usb, windows, wireless, xbox 360 Permalink Insert the USB connector into a powered USB 2.0 or 3.0 port on the computer. Mohammed Alawi 1,206 views 8:38 Xbox 360 Wireless N adapter setup - Duration: 2:29. Xbox 360 Wireless Controller Pc Adapter Not Working

Reply radeonZX says: October 7, 2012 at 7:28 PM excuse me , does the black receiver has the same system with the white one? I made sure it wasn't touching anything else on the board. My son is having the same problem - I'll get him up and running again in no time. http://ict4m.org/xbox-360/wireless-xbox-360-receiver-not-working.php Windows 10 will automatically install drivers for the receiver.

PS please if anyone can help me with an original receiver with the controller i'm ready to pay Reply Mike says: November 7, 2014 at 3:19 PM Looks like this might Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver Not Lighting Up Worked well. In order to accommodate this, Microsoft released the Wireless Gaming Receiver (sold as "Crossfire Wireless Gaming Receiver" in the UK), which allows wireless Xbox 360 accessories to be used on a

Reply NebsiNsaNe says: November 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM Unfortunately I am not so talented.

On this page Topics My Xbox 360 console doesn't detect the wireless network My console receives a weak wireless signal The status light on the adapter changes color, doesn’t light up, I thoguht that that might pose a problem - until I used a very long pair of needle nosed forceps (4″) to make the short - and the controller still lit Worse yet, I was considering buying one of those $9 knock-offs that apparently don't work so well. Xbox One Wireless Adapter No Light When the lights stop flashing and remain lit, the accessory is connected.

Full Spec Sheet HERE from http://www.littlefuse.com Finally, good old Mouser Electronics, my go to for all the odd stuff, you can find this fuse HERE It's so damn cheap, there's no The status light on the adapter changes color, doesn’t light up, or blinks If your adapter displays: No light The adapter is not receiving power. Aluminum conducts well but I strongly urge you to not use it, as the problem with the receiver is heat, aluminum melts the fastest. this content And of course I"m pressing the sync buttons on both the controller and receiver.

Reply ICptJackSparrow says: June 2, 2012 at 10:32 PM Look at the revised article above; I've added information about the USB Cable Configuration for those who need to replace the cable. All that remain are cheesy Chinese knock-offs which suck my comparison. Found this in less than 30 seconds and have a working receiver again (a black one). Tap or click the plus sign (+) to the left of XBOX 360 Peripherals to show all the peripheral devices for Xbox 360 that are attached to the computer.

If they do, try bridging the component with some foil to see if you can get the receiver to be recognized by your PC. When prompted, instead of having Windows looking for the drivers in the folder I selected, I tried to select the driver manually while skipping all of Windows's warnings. Syncs every controller and it's on all the time.