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Apple Remote (older white one) - working


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I have one of the last all white remotes before the silver colored ones that just came out. It has been working for a while, but recently stopped working.

Nothing happens when i click the buttons in iTunes, Front Row, etc. I tried calibrating it and nothing happens there. I used iSight to see if the battery is dead, but i see it flashing so the battery should be fine.

I am guessing maybe the RF receiver on my MacBook Pro is not working. I am not sure how I can check it or test it.

Any ideas on how to check it? Or any other ideas why this may be happening?
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