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On 2/10/2013 8:09 AM, Erich Christian wrote:
Hi Marc, *

CCing John

Am 09.02.2013 17:35, schrieb Marc Paré:

Some people are reporting the v.4 crashes (Linux Mint). And a user is
reporting for Win to do this:


For those who have installed LibreOffice v4 portable

and find that when trying to start it, nothing at all happens; the
problem is very likely missing .dll files for the Microsoft Visual C++
2010 such as MSVCP100.dll and MSVCR100.dll

To correct this problem, install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010
Redistributable Package which can be obtained at

That solved the problem for me.


Is it because they are running the wrong version?

Sounds very much like it but John will have the proper insight.


Erich et al,

The LibreOffice Portable package we released yesterday corrects this issue by bundling those two files in the package directly. Platform users who already had 4.0.0 installed get a 1MB quick-install patch to fix it. You can also download the patch directly from the link just below the download buttons on the LibreOffice Portable homepage here:

We noticed it as soon as the release happened, which is why we needed to post this revised version.

Kind Regards,

John T. Haller
Founder, Lead Developer - Your Digital Life Anywhere

Business Development: 800-704-6344 x 1

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