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How to Connect Xbox Controller to PC

How to Connect Xbox Controller to PC

An Xbox controller can be connected to a PC in one of two ways:

With a USB cable:

Connect one end of the USB cable to the port on your controller.

Connect the other end of the cable to your PC's USB port.

Turn on the controller by pressing the Xbox button.

The controller should be automatically detected by your PC.

With Bluetooth:

Make sure your PC has Bluetooth enabled.

Turn on the controller by pressing the Xbox button.

Hold the Pairing button on the controller for 3 seconds until the Xbox button flashes.

On your PC, open the Settings app and go to Devices > Bluetooth & other devices.

Click Add Bluetooth or other device and select Bluetooth.

Your PC should find the controller. Click on it to connect it.

If you are having trouble connecting your Xbox controller to your PC, here are some troubleshooting tips:

Make sure that your controller is up to date with the latest firmware. You can update the firmware by connecting the controller to your Xbox console.

Make sure that your PC has the latest drivers for your controller. You can download the drivers from the Microsoft website.

Try restarting your PC and your controller.

If you are still having trouble, you can contact Microsoft support for help.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when connecting your Xbox controller to your PC:

You can only connect one Xbox controller to your PC at a time.

If you are using a wireless controller, you will need to make sure that your PC is within range of the controller. Some games may not support Xbox controllers.

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