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Windows 7: Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows


09 Sep 2009   #31
thisizbrian

win 7 rtm
 
 

found a fix for this. you need to go to windows update and check to install updates for additional microsoft products and find the 360 receiver. it will insall and my charge light came on.


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10 Sep 2009   #32
Gilly

 

ive had know problems with wireless 360 reciever with 2 editions of windows 7 (7229 and rtm) the only problem ive had with it is the 360 pad is it would keep flashing even though it was in use ..uninstalled from device manager rebooted and it was automaticly installed driver
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03 Nov 2009   #33
Arni

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thisizbrian View Post
found a fix for this. you need to go to windows update and check to install updates for additional microsoft products and find the 360 receiver. it will insall and my charge light came on.
I can't seem to find the option to install updates for additional MS products. I'm using Windows 7 Professional. Did this fix work for anyone else as I've got EXACTLY the same problem.

Much appreciated.
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04 Nov 2009   #34
thisizbrian

win 7 rtm
 
 

its in windows update in control panel its a link that says allow to update other microsfot products etc.
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13 Nov 2009   #35
joshatl

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

If you've tried the receiver on other computers without Windows recognizing it, I recommend the solution suggested by KRONie. He may have gotten his wires crossed, but it worked great for me:

Help Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver For Windows, help help - FixYa
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I opened it, and found that the problem was the F1 Fuse that is cutting the current. You have to open it and bypass (soldering) the two legs of the F1 Fuse.

This is how to open it: http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/6896/openingoi6.jpg
and this is the circuit: http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/231/receivereb4.jpg
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06 Dec 2009   #36
Germano

Open Suse 11.2 and Windows 7
 
 

After installing Windows 7 in my computer, having it plugged all the time during the installation, mine that up to that point worked perfectly stopped of working as well. It would not turn on the light when plugged nor windows would detect it as "new hardware" when I unplugged it and plugged it again. However, after installing the software that came with the CD, even being a version said for xp/vista, it started working again. It is Microsoft Xbox 360 Accessories Software 1.1, you can find easily a link for download if you google for this. One additional note: although it wouldnt turn on the light when plugged before I made this installation, holding its button for some seconds made it start blinking.
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05 Jan 2010   #37
Xaraz

Windows 7 Home Premium 64
 
 

Here's what worked for me. I needed to install them, then reboot, and the device was detected perfectly. On 64 bits Windows 7 Home premium even.

Here's a screengrab to show it's working: Grabout ? grab and share your screen shots fast & easy!

And here's the driver page over at Microsoft: Microsoft Hardware Support for Windows®
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19 Feb 2010   #38
mossflower

7 Ultimate x64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by KRONie View Post
How did you get it to work!!! windows won't recognize the drivers for the device, im running a win7 utlimate 64 bit system though..would this be why?
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20 Mar 2010   #39
nekoking

Windows 7
 
 
Windows 7 Wireless Gaming Receiver Tutorial

Ok, guys heres a tutorial on how to get the wireless receiver to work properly with Windows 7.

Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver For Windows 7 Tutorial

Where I got my Receiver: Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller Adapter

Driver Download Link: Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver Drivers

Installation Directions: To use an Xbox wireless receiver on windows 7 operating systems, install the drivers from your disk, or update from the website. Once it’s done installing, then plug in your receiver. Windows will say there are no drivers found for the device. With it still plugged in, go into your start menu and choose “Devices and Printers.” Scroll to the bottom of the page and you will see an unknown device, under the unspecified tab. Right click the icon and choose properties. Click the hardware tab and in the box there should be one option, double click it. Under the drivers tab click “update driver”. A window should pop up saying that there are no drivers, click “Browse my computer from driver software.” Then click “Let me click from a list of drivers on my computer.” Scroll down to the bottom of the list to find “Microsoft Wireless Receiver for Windows Version: 2.1.0.1349 [Date]”. Click that option and then next. A warning will come up telling you that windows is not sure the are the right drivers. If you are sure you have the right ones click yes and you should be done. Your wireless receiver is now set up. Just link your controller to it and start playing some games.
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20 Apr 2010   #40
asbanoglou

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

i do all the steps that you say guys but on my drivers list i dont have wireless reciever "driver version etc: only one choice i have with the name microsoft wireless reciver and no date or diver version a also the first time that i did your steps wokred but after somhours i turn on my gamepad and couldnt connect with the reciver.after unistal etc came up this problem.


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