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Hi :)
Ooops, i only just noticed that this was only sent to me!  Julian, looks
like your answer did help! :)

I asked to clean the bin because it seemed the error was to do with
completely full hard-drives, btu just wasn't very clear about it.  So the
140Gb free should have been enough.  So i'm not sure what it was grumbling
about but i'm very glad you have fixed it after all :))

Congrats and regards from
Tom :)

On 12 June 2014 14:00, Derek Kain <> wrote:

Hello Tom and Julien,
Thank you for replying to my problem and your comments were useful, even
though I should of thought of them myself.
Anyway, I cleared the wastebin which was 983 Mb full. The hard drive is
has 140Gb of free space.
I'm using Windows 7 (Yes, I should have included these details but my
brain wasn't in gear), Home Premium Version 6.1 build 7601 with Service
Pack 1.
Having said all that, I have tried to reinstall LibreOfiice and no
I guess it was a pretty full wastebin which I thought I had Windows set to
empty every so often. (Will check).
Many thanks and as someone say's somewhere, have a nice day.
Derek Kain

On 10 June 2014 21:10, Tom Davies <> wrote:

Hi :)
Sorry you haven't had any responses earlier!

The error message appears to be a Windows one, from a quick google search
but i got responses for Macs too.  Can you empty the wastebin on your
machine, go into your emailing system and empty the wastebin there too?
Rebooting your machine is often a good way of fixing most problems.

Is your hard-drive pretty full?

If it's Windows and it's not just a full hard-drive then it's quite
complicated to fix and might need to be taken to a computer repair shop

It is generally best to let people know what platform, or even be more
specific and let them/us know which Operating System.  ie telling us you're
using Win7 is very informative but just telling us you are using Windows is
sometimes enough because the Windows version of LO is slightly different
from the version that runs on everything else.

You can usually find the version number of a program by going up to the
menu's and click on
Help - About
and that might give clues about which OS or just platform although it's
not always easy to work out.  Sometimes you can copy&paste the text from
those things, but not always.  keyboard short-cuts are;
Ctrl c  = copy
Ctrl v  = paste
Regards from
Tom :)

On 9 June 2014 16:37, julien2412 <> wrote:


Which platform (Windows, MacOs, Linux)?
Which LO version?


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