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On Tue, May 01, 2012 at 06:03:28PM +0200, Andreas Säger wrote:
Is there a way to tell LO not to look for/use Java? I still use v6 u31
because v7 is still not ready for the normal usage according to ... I only use Java for my
work's time card system. :(

It runs perfectly well without any Java (lacking a tiny set of
options) or with any version of 1.6. but not with 1.7.

You can turn off all Java in menu:Tools>Options>Java.

The only problem is that I can't get to LibreOffice to change the 
options. Is there a way to do it with its configuration 
files/Windows' registry?

Check the md5sum of your downloaded copy.
Turn off all virus scanning during the installation process.
Kill all soffice processes in the task manager.
Run the installation.

I did. :(

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