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On Tue, May 01, 2012 at 10:47:10PM +0200, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 01.05.2012 19:05, Ant wrote:

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?

My config file
has a line
      <enabled xsi:nil="false">true</enabled>

I will try that if the file exists. Wait, what's the filename for this? 
I remember seeing my local user profile's LibreOffice account has stuff 
in it.

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. :(

So your system does not accept this software. You never have a well
defined environment under MS Windows. Too many system tools and
black boxes are interfering with each other. Could it be that your
hardware is about to break?

I doubt it. Other programs worked fine. OpenOffice worked fine before I 
uninstalled it and replaced it with LO.

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