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OpenOffice Error When trying to start OpenOffice, I get this error - OpenOffice can not be started due to an error in accessing the OpenOffice.org configuration data. Please contact your system administrator. The following internal error has occurred: Get Storage: "No Content" Why is this giving me this error and what can I do about it?

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Try this. Search for a file on your system called common.xcu. If you find that file, rename it to common.xcu.old and restart OpenOffice. The common.xcu file should be rebuilt automatically and (hopefully) everything should work.

If that doesn't fix the problem, let me know what version of OpenOffice you have and what OS you're on and we'll dig a bit deeper.

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Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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