XBox 360 RGH controller issue

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  1. JohnathanMonkey

    JohnathanMonkey New Member

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    Hello,

    My 360 has a dual NAND setup. On the retail side, the controllers work just fine, 2 wireless and 1 wired. No issues. When I switch over to the RGH side, the wired controller just rolls the lights and never connects and the wireless controllers will disconnect after about 5 mins. I verified that there are no bad blocks or errors. I am at a loss here. Thankfully the person I bought it from is also looking into a solution for this but I was hoping that someone else might have had this issue and found a solution. Thanks in advance.
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    You could try pairing the controllers to another console, then back to the RGH hacked 360 when in the RGH nand mode. Maybe the controllers think their already paired to the console but the RGH nand is saying "no your not paired with me" as their paired with the system nand.

    I have no idea if thats the case, its I can only think something is conflicting as the controller pair in one nand and not the other.
     
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    Thank you for the reply. I have already tried this unfortunately and I still have the same results. Plus the fact that the wired controller won't even connect at all leads me to believe that it's not a conflicting controller issue.
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    Humm true, all i can think of is maybe build your RGH nand again? it's clear the console is ok as it works on the normal nand fine.
     

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