There are a couple of possibilities -
have you cleaned out the cache?
if not; well, CCleaner is a top program - & free for the
did she perchance not save it? - for whatever reason.
if not, it's sitting in the recent document list - unsaved &
wanting to be saved ;-)
THEREFORE clear the recent list and/or just that document
from the list;
to clear the list, you must go to the LO section in
the computer -
[AppData -> Roaming -> LO -> locate recent documents]
to clear that document, just right-click on it -> and
delete it from the list.
Well, that's worked for me in the past -
here's hoping it will work for you as well.
On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 1:50 PM, April Preston <email@example.com>wrote:
Hello, Could use some help. A couple weeks ago my daughter opened a
document she had saved to Microsoft Word on a flash drive. Ever since then
every time I open a LibreOffice document, whether a saved document or a new
document, or in writer or math, I get a pop up window that says LibreOffice
Document Recovery. Listed is the document my daughter opened on my
computer. I am requested to Start Recovery, which I do then I get a pop
up that says Recovery Failed and I am instructed to push the finish button.
Then I am able to continue normally. This is really annoying. Last
tonight I downloaded LibreOffice 4 hoping the overwrite would end the
problem, but no luck. Can I get help to remedy this? Btw- My operating
system is Windows 8.
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