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Hi :)
A good way to break a post out into a new thread / new topic, is to
forward the relevant post back to the mailing-list.

I not seen the error message but then i've not installed to Win7 all
that often.  Where did you download LibreOffice from?  Was it via the
official Libreoffice website?
Also, are you logged in as Administrator or with administrator
privileges rather than as a normal user?

Have you installed many other things in Win7?  It's a little different
from Xp.  You should be getting a pop-up box that looks a lot like a
login box to confirm that you really want to install.  Sometimes that
pop-up gets hidden behind other windows and sometimes you have to
click on the relevant programs button in the task-bar a few times to
try to get the pop-up to appear.  Once you are used to that sort of
thing you don't even really notice it.
Regards from
Tom :)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From:  <>
Date: 8 December 2013 20:37
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Installation issue

Apologies if this is not the correct way to ask, but first time with email
group and the wiki doesn't actually tell you how to post, so I'm assuming
email to users@...
Apologies also if this has been done to death elsewhere but no
instructions on how to search the email archive - as opposed to browse the
subjects page by page.

Tried general web searches and note that this issue has been around on and
off for a while on a number of releases, but there's no obvious "official"
acknowledgement or explanation of cause.
Tried to use the ask site but I don't have any of the single sign on
options offered and don't want them. No other logon method possible. Tried
to leave them feedback to this effect but after 20 goes with captcha gave
up! Hope email is easier...

As the error message is talking about things that I wouldn't expect an
install of Libre Office to affect I'm naturally cautious.

So, Trying to install on Windows 7 64 bit.

Get dialogue error: Files in use | Some files that need to be updated are
currently in use.

It then lists in my case two apps which are

Intel® Dynamic Application Loader Host Interface Service &
Intel ® Management and Security Application User Notification Service.

Any specific ideas why the error?
Any published workaround (other than stopping the services) to get the
install to work?
Anywhere that you can point me to to get a definitive answer greatly


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