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You can check if there is any Warning screen with Yes, No, Next, Cancel
popped-up when the setup is on progress, and unattendedly you click on
another-application-windows, and the Warning screen is hidden behind the
Setup progress screen. So the setup acts like "No responding".
When get this case again, use "Alt+Tab" to switch to the Warning screen. I
met this case many times.
If you cannot install LibO or OO again, go to Registry, use Find & delete
any value related to OpenOffice or LibreOfice. Then install again. Hope this

On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 3:32 AM, abenglen <> wrote:

I have used OpenOffice for several years, and now I am trying to install
LibreOffice on a Windows XP computer.  About 4/5th the way thru installing
(according to progress on the "status" bar), installation stops (hangs) and
goes no further.  There was no action clicking on "Cancel" button in the
installation window--the only way to close the window was with the Task
Manager.   In case the conflict was with OpenOffice, I removed it.  Now I
can't install LibreOffice or even reinstall OpenOffice.  In the middle of
the installation process, it accesses the OpenOffice website; why?  Any
is appreciated.
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