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4oD, iBookG4 & Adobe Flash Player 10.1

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I used to be able to watch 4oD, but they withdrew the support for the older Adobe Flash Player that was installed on my iBookG4. I upgraded to the 10.1 which is as 'new' as my iBook will support, but it doesn't play 4oD! According to the Adobe site it should. I can watch RTE player just fine- any ideas?? Thanks, guys!
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