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    Have you tried running the Flash Player Uninstaller and then installing Flash Player again?

    I had the same problem you described on my home computer and I think this is what I did to fix it.

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    Managed to sort this now, feel quite stupid now, reason for it always asking to install is because i accidently installed the 32 bit version of flash instead of the 64 bit version, it now works fine for the student accounts.

    Thanks for the help though

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