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Just so there is no confusion. Did you download Java using your account or the main administrator account? What permissions does 'your' account have? This is where the difficulty seems to lie. In that you may have two different different levels of permissions with 'your' account as compared to the administrator account. If you can clarify the differences in account permission levels and what actions you performed in each type of account we may be able to sort this all out.
The account I am talking about is my login on the computer. We have the main account where this was all working and when I created my own account everything went stupid.
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