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  1. Hey, I need a point in the right direction - appreciate any help. I'm in software loop-hell. Just updated my iBook G4s from 10.4.11 to 10.5.8. Now I can't get iTunes to open on any of them. The application data says I have QuickTime Player 7.2.1 When I go to open iTunes, it won't lanuch and says I need QT 7.5.5 or greater. I can't find a 7.5.5 QT to download, just 7.6. But when I try to load 7.6, the load program says it is OLDER than what I have. I need a version of iTunes that runs the radio stations at least - iTunes 10.6.3 is what it says I have in application data.
  2. Flash versions have been growing like crazy lately. It seems that the modified Flash version which gave PowerPC users some respite is now too old for certain sites. I've updated the Flash plugin to report itself as version 16.1.102.64. This, I hope, should last a few months. Get it here: http://www.klos.com/~john/flashppc.zip Flash is pretty insecure. I'm not sure whether there are workable exploits, but to be on the safe side, I highly recommend ClickToPlugin, which keeps all plugins from loading until you click on the item on a web page which is requiring that plugin. It has a ni
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