QUOTE(hardrock351w @ Oct 6 2012, 06:47 AM)
Did you try taking the pins off the mobo?
if that don't work try changing the rf board.
If none of these work,... you might have lifted a trace
Sorry for the delay all.....
Pins where removed already... I should have another RF board today to try with... traces look good
QUOTE(dopesun @ Oct 6 2012, 04:09 PM)
Im not too sure about the solder points..
But.. if you connect the charge cable from the 360 to a wireless controller, it will sync with the Xbox.
So all is not lost...
Yeah that is true not all is lost but would like it to work.....
QUOTE(Bandit5317 @ Posted Oct 7 2012, 03:37 PM)
Is the sync button not doing anything, or does the ring of light just spin around until it times out, never syncing with the controller? If it's the latter, check the two tiny SMD resistors that are mounted next to each other directly above where the ROL board connector is on the top of the motherboard. They should both be very close to 0 Ohms. If one or both of them aren't, then some sort of short fried them and you need to replace the broken one/s with a piece of wire bridging the points that the resistor was originally between.
The sync button does not do anything.... I will check those resistors anyways thats a good tip, but no you press the button nothing happens. I hooked the multimeter up to the actual sync button and when pressed i get a reading so the button is not shorted... so maybe RF board?
Thanks again all for the awesome help