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Can't enable access for assistive devices

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Just as the title says. I click on the "enable access for assistive devices" checkbox, it will become checked for a fraction of a second and then unchecks itself. Any ideas? I am completely stumped, repairing permissions was the only thing i could think of and that didn't help.
I'm using an early 2008 Macbook Pro with Lion
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