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Anonymous
March 12, 2005 1:02:55 PM

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I was on a web site that site I needed to install a Chinese language pack in
order to view the site correctly. I accidentally checked "never install
language packs", and I need to undo this. The dialog box does not come up
now.

Is there a place somewhere in Internet Options or the Registry or other
options where I can undo this? I'd rather not do a system restore if it's an
easy thing to fix.

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Anonymous
March 12, 2005 4:02:18 PM

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Try Control Panel>Regional something or other>Languages tab, and see if that
works for you.

Joli

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"ForestSpirit" <seamaid24-graphics@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I was on a web site that site I needed to install a Chinese language pack
>in
> order to view the site correctly. I accidentally checked "never install
> language packs", and I need to undo this. The dialog box does not come up
> now.
>
> Is there a place somewhere in Internet Options or the Registry or other
> options where I can undo this? I'd rather not do a system restore if it's
> an
> easy thing to fix.
>
>
Anonymous
March 12, 2005 4:02:19 PM

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I visited Regional and Language Options as you said but do not know what
things need to be checked or unchecked so that Internet Explorer will once
again prompt me to install Language Packs if I visit a web page where
additional language support is needed.



"Joli Ballew" <cosmo@waymark.net> wrote in message
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Try Control Panel>Regional something or other>Languages tab, and see if that
works for you.

Joli

--

www.joliballew.com
www.northtexasgraphics.com
"ForestSpirit" <seamaid24-graphics@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:utLW22yJFHA.1392@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
>I was on a web site that site I needed to install a Chinese language pack
>in
> order to view the site correctly. I accidentally checked "never install
> language packs", and I need to undo this. The dialog box does not come up
> now.
>
> Is there a place somewhere in Internet Options or the Registry or other
> options where I can undo this? I'd rather not do a system restore if it's
> an
> easy thing to fix.
>
>
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