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Installing second Language?

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October 13, 2003 6:42:06 PM

I'm trying to install some Korean font on my XP .. I have installed the language support and it lets me type in Korean now, but any system messages still come up as jumbled letters etc .. what else am I missing?

Thanks for any help,
Mike

:tongue: <font color=red>"Never pick a fight with an ugly person .. they have nothing to lose" </font color=red> :tongue:

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October 13, 2003 7:23:23 PM

did you set everything up in the regional and language control panel?

who ever has the most ram when they die wins!
October 14, 2003 9:10:15 PM

How should it be set up for the second language? Under the Advanced Tab I still have English but the Code page conversion tables has Korean selected .. do I have to change the top selection to Korean as well?

I want XP to run in English, but if something comes up in Korean I want it to be translated, not have the funny characters.

For example, if I install a Korean program, the shortcut icon description is all funny text not Korean font. But if I go to a Korean website, then IE can translate it to Korean Font. Any system messages are not translated however.

Thanks!
Mike

:tongue: <font color=red>"Never pick a fight with an ugly person .. they have nothing to lose" </font color=red> :tongue:
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