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AIR had a security restriction that you can only load modules from the app directory (i.e. the same folder the application was installed to). However they added a loadBytes(...) function to allow a module to be loaded that had been downloaded. I don't know if this was added to the resource stuff however.
You cannot blindly add modules to the app directory either (at least ones that weren't part of the initial install) as the AIR runtime tries to work out from the directory whether it needs to update itself, and adding files in there confuses it (so say Adobe).
I actually think you might be stuffed unless you create a new version of your AIR application with the new resource bundle, and distribute it as an update.
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You can load a module from any location if you load the bytes of the module instead of just using loadResourceModule()
Aaron Hardy wrote a class that can be used to load the bytes easily. Check out this link: http://aaronhardy.com/flex/loading-a-remote-style-swf/
I know that it is for loading style modules but you can use it to load other types of modules as well.
I just did a post on it here: http://blog.mediarain.com/2009/08/flex-loading-remote-modules-throws-the-following-error-u nable-to-load-resource-module-from/?preview=true&preview_id=168&preview_nonce=75366e9b0d
Hopefully this solves your problem.