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I have multiple Windows 8.1 systems. The first has Intel graphics, a DH67
chipset, and a Sandy Bridge processor. The second has NVIDIA graphics, a
DH67 chipset, and an Ivy Bridge processor. The third has Intel graphics, a
HM67 chipset, and an Ivy Bridge processor. The first two, desktops, have OEM
Windows licenses that prevent the activation code from being used on another
motherboard, while the third is an HP laptop with HP's version of Windows

The first two will not run LibreOffice, but the third will. The error with
the first two is that starting LibreOffice results in an infinite loop with
the cursor being the circular one. If I start LibreOffice in safe mode and
disable hardware acceleration, LibreOffice will then run. I have tried this
with multiple versions of LibreOffice.

This is a bug which needs to be fixed.

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