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Troubleshoot your Xbox 360 controller for Windows

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What version of Windows are you using?

The Xbox 360 Controller for Windows is designed to work on Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) and later versions of Windows.

Has the controller software been installed?

Make sure the controller software has been installed. The controller requires a driver to work on a Windows-based PC. A disc that contains the driver is included with the controller. You can also download the driver from the Microsoft Hardware website.

Notes

  • A driver is a software program that lets the device—in this case the Xbox 360 Controller for Windows—work with the Windows operating system and the game.
  • On a computer running Windows 7, the driver will be downloaded and installed automatically when you connect the controller. In Windows 8.1, the driver is included as part of the operating system.

You can download the latest drivers for the Xbox 360 Controller for Windows from the Microsoft Hardware website.

You should also download and install any critical or important updates to Windows by running Windows Update.

The Xbox 360 Controller for Windows needs a powered USB port. If the controller is not working correctly, try changing it to a different USB port. Avoid using USB hubs or the front ports on a PC. Unpowered hubs or ports might not provide enough power for the controller. For best results, plug the controller into another USB port on the back of the computer.

Typically, the ports on the back of a computer are powered ports. Ports on the front of the computer may not be powered ports. An external USB hub doesn’t provide powered ports if it doesn’t have its own separate power supply or AC adapter.

Note For information about how to install the Xbox 360 Controller for Windows, see How to set up an Xbox 360 Controller for Windows.

Windows 8.1

On a computer running Windows 8.1, you can use Devices and Printers in Control Panel to troubleshoot the controller. Here’s how:

  1. On the Start screen, select Control Panel.
  2. Select View Devices and Printers.
  3. Verify that the controller appears under Devices, and then right-click the controller and select Game controller settings.
  4. Check the Status of the controller, and then select Properties.
  5. On the Test tab, test that the controller works correctly. If there are any issues, select Calibrate on the Settings tab.
  6. If you continue to experience any issues, right-click the controller under Devices in Devices and Printers, and then select Troubleshoot.

Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows

On Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows, you can use Device Manager to help troubleshoot problems with your controller, see whether the correct items are listed, and to make sure there are no conflicts.

Note A conflict is marked by a yellow exclamation point in Device Manager.

To use Device Manager, follow these steps:

  1. Select Start, then Run, then type sysdm.cpl, and then select OK.
  2. On the Hardware tab, select Device Manager.
  3. When the controller is successfully installed, you see three entries in Device Manager. There should be two entries under Human Interface Devices:
    • HID-compliant game controller
    • USB Human Interface Device
    Additionally, there should be a third entry in under Microsoft Common Controller for Windows Class:
    • Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
  4. If you see yellow exclamation points next to any of these entries, there's a problem with the installation. If there's a problem for either of the entries under Human Interface Devices, first verify that the problem is caused by the controller by unplugging it. If a hardware conflict with the controller was causing the problem, the yellow exclamation point will no longer appear after the controller is unplugged.

To resolve controller problems in Device Manager, try these solutions one at a time (move to the next solution only if the one you’re trying fails to resolve your problem):

  1. Use the built-in troubleshooter:
    1. In Device Manager, double-click Xbox 360 Controller for Windows.
    2. Select Troubleshoot, and then follow the steps provided.
  2. Remove and then redetect the controller:
    1. Right-click Xbox 360 Controller for Windows, and then select Uninstall.
    2. In the Action menu, select Scan for hardware changes.
  3. Try updating the driver:
    1. Double-click Xbox 360 Controller for Windows.
    2. On the Driver tab, select Update Driver.

Note This information applies only to the Xbox 360 Controller for Windows. For help with other gamepads or joysticks, see the peripheral manufacturer's website or support center. For information on configuring a specific game to be played with a controller, see the game publisher's website or support center.

To help eliminate any possible hardware issues, try to use the controller on an Xbox 360 console.

If you still experience the problem, contact Xbox Support.

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Connect a controller to your Xbox 360

Learn how to connect a wireless or wired controller to your Xbox 360 console.

  1. Turn on your console.
  2. Press and hold the Guide button  on the controller until it turns on.
  3. Press and release the connect button on the console.

Xbox 360 E console
Xbox 360 S console Original Xbox 360 console

  1. Within 20 seconds, press and release the connect button on the controller.

  1. The lights around the console's power button will stop flashing once the controller connects to the console.

On the Xbox 360 S console, connected controllers have one of four positions. Each position appears as a lighted section around the console power button and the controller Guide button.

On the 360 E console, a solid green light on the front of the console shows that the controller is connected. To see the player position, look at the ring of light around the Guide button on your controller.

If the controller doesn't turn on, check the batteries. Insert fresh AA batteries into the battery case and make sure you place them correctly.

You can also use the Xbox 360 Play & Charge Kit or the Xbox 360 Quick Charge Kit to power the controller. Learn more about Xbox controllers and chargers.

To connect more controllers, follow these steps again. You can connect up to four controllers. Each connected controller appears as a lighted section around the console’s power button and around the Guide button in the middle of each controller.

  • To disconnect a wireless controller, press and hold the Guide button for three seconds, and then choose to turn the controller off.
  • When you turn off the console, the controller will reconnect the next time you turn on the console.
  • The controller can be connected to one console at a time. You can connect the controller to a different console, but the controller will lose the connection to the previously connected console.

Plug the Xbox 360 Wired Controller into one of the two USB ports on the front of the Xbox 360 console. To disconnect the controller, pull on the connector, not the cable.

The cable on the Xbox 360 Wired Controller features an inline release. If someone pulls the cable, the inline release reduces the chance of the Xbox 360 console falling.

If your wireless controller disconnects or can't connect to your console, see Xbox 360 Wireless Controller disconnects or can't connect.

If your wireless controller doesn't turn on, or if it loses power, try the following solutions:

Solution 1: Replace the batteries

Insert a new set of AA alkaline batteries into the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, and then try to turn it on.

Solution 2: Try a different battery pack

If you have another Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, take the battery pack from that controller and attach it to your controller. Then, try turning on your controller. If it works with the different battery pack, your original battery pack might be defective. If your controller is under warranty, you can order a replacement battery pack from Xbox Support. For more information, see the Contact Us section at the bottom of this page.

If your controller is out of warranty, you can buy a new battery pack from a retail store.

Solution 3: Try a rechargeable battery pack

If you or a friend has an Xbox 360 Rechargeable Battery Pack, attach that battery pack to your controller. If your controller works with the rechargeable battery pack attached, you can buy a new battery pack from a retail store or order a replacement from Xbox Support. For more information, see the Contact Us section at the bottom of this page.

To see what other users are saying about these topics, or to ask your own questions, go to our Xbox Support Forums and view the following conversation:

  • Xbox Support Forums – Using my console

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How to calibrate your Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

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When you perform a calibration, you set the range of motion for the axes of the controller. You don't have to calibrate the controller unless you want to customize the range of motion of the axes.

To calibrate the Xbox 360 Controller for Windows, plug your controller into one of your computer’s USB ports and follow these steps.

  1. Open the Game Controllers window:
    1. In Windows 10, type joy.cpl in the Search box, and then select the joy.cpl result to bring up the Game Controllers window.
    2. In Windows 8.1, swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then select Search. Type joy.cpl, and then select Game Controllers in the search results.
    3. In Windows 7, select Start. In the Search programs and files box, type joy.cpl, and then select the Game Controllers icon when it appears.
  2. In the Game Controllers window, select XNA Gamepad, and then select Properties.
  3. Select the Settings tab, and then select Calibrate.
  4. Follow the steps in the Device Calibration Wizard.

    Important When you're prompted to use the directional pad (D-pad), use the left stick instead. If you use the D-pad, the left stick configuration may be incorrect.

  5. To save the new calibration settings, select Finish, and then select Apply.
  6. Test the operation of the controller. If you're satisfied with the new settings, select OK, and then select OK again.

    If you're not satisfied, select Settings, and then select Reset to defaults. When you select Reset to defaults, the device controls are reset to the default settings that are obtained from the device.

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