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If there are really two LibreOffice programs to access the user profile at the same time and you can't find the program in Task Manager, then try to restart Windows.

If this does not work, then maybe your user profile got corrupted in some way. Close down all LibreOffice programs if opened and rename user profile. This is done by renaming directory: C:\Documents and Settings\<user name="">\Application Data\LibreOffice to some other name like C:\Documents and Settings\<user name="">\Application Data\LibreOffice_backup Then rerun LibreOffice? Does LibreOffice starts successfully?

If there are really two LibreOffice programs to access the user profile at the same time and you can't find the program in Task Manager, then try to restart Windows.

If this does not work, then maybe your user profile got corrupted in some way. Close down all LibreOffice programs if opened and rename user profile. This is done by renaming directory: C:\Documents and Settings\<user name="">\Application Data\LibreOffice name>\Application Data\LibreOffice to some other name like C:\Documents and Settings\<user name="">\Application Data\LibreOffice_backup name>\Application Data\LibreOffice_backup Then rerun LibreOffice? Does LibreOffice starts successfully?

If there are really two LibreOffice programs to access the user profile at the same time and you can't find the program in Task Manager, then try to restart Windows.

If this does not work, then maybe your user profile got corrupted in some way. Close down all LibreOffice programs if opened and rename user profile. This is done by renaming directory: C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Application Data\LibreOffice to some other name like C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Application Data\LibreOffice_backup Then rerun LibreOffice? New profile will be created during LibreOffice start-up. Does LibreOffice starts successfully?