De-synch an X-Box 360 controller?

Hi,

 

I recently bought a second X-Box 360 and want to use an old controller with the new X-Box 360, but not have this controller affect the old X-Box 360.  I synched the old controller with the new X-Box 360 just fine, but now this controller turns on BOTH X-Box 360s, and I only want this old controller to turn on the new X-Box 360.

 

Is there any way that I can desynchronize this old controller, so that way it won't interact with the old X-Box 360?

 

I've been doing a bit of online research, but to no avail.  So I turn to this community for assistance.

 

Anyone have an idea?

 

Thanks in advance,

Matt

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 4 Applies to:

When you sync a controller with a new xbox you should not turn on the old one.You might want someone that lives by you that is good with xboxes to go to your house and try to fix it.

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Thank you, Av Michael.  I think I somehow turned on my old X-box 360 when I activated my old controller while trying to sync it with the new X-Box.

I have tested your solution and it works.

Many thanks!!! =)

-Matt

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also...some of the remotes from dish tv have ir and rf transmissions and mine will and does turn the console on and off..

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