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Sirius Radio Online Listening Problem


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Hey guys. Im a somewhat newb here and I havent figured this problem out yet. When I try to listen to the Sirius Satellite Radio online function, I cant do it. Obviously, I have a subscription and used to listen on my HP comp. Its telling me that I need to install some type of plug-in, but it doesnt tell me what to download. Help!
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We'd need to know what kind of play it is using. My bet is that is uses the Windows Media Player. If that is the case, then you need to get Flip4Mac. Just Google it up.
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I have no problem playing sirius on my mac.

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I have no problem playing sirius on my mac.
...Because you've downloaded flip4mac.
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...Because you've downloaded flip4mac.
Umm, yea. Your right. Nevermind.

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I downloaded flip4mac and I still cant play it.. My friend has Parallels and thats how he plays it, but I cant get it to work and I dont really want Parallels. Any other suggestions?
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http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...60116110611360
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hey if you guys are still having problems, you shout try siriusmac. i have been using it for a couple day its pretty cool. here is a screen shot:
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I like your desktop. Where'd you get the pic?
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i got it at interfacelift
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Thats a nifty little program, if I had Sirius that would be great!
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I was having the same problem as you with my Sirius account. The problem is that the Sirius Website is in bed with Microsoft. No plug-in is available to my knowledge that will enable you to use the player directly from their site. SiriusMac will solve all your Sirius streaming issues I assure you. It's free and very easy. Go to http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/32350. Enjoy.

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