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    Cannot install Adobe Reader or Flash

    For some reason adobe reader and flash are refusing to install. I've taken a new machine and installed win 7 on it this morning, now I want to install both adobe reader and flash but adobe reader never gets past 33% before it reports metafile download failed and flash quits at 0% (see attachment).

    There's nothing on Google about this and I'm stumped

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    If this is in a school, you should have filled out the overly long form for Adobe player licenses which then grant you access to the MSI downloads. These generally install fine for me

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    Normally the online version works first time but I have requested the licence and will use that if I can't get the online version to work, but I hate wasting time on silly problems!

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    Its been like that here for me aswell. I download reader x via softpedia.

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