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Q: can't install japanese language

Well, i don't know whats happening. Everytime i formated my pc, i always enabled japanese language, cuz i play lots of games that needs the japanese language to be installed but now, i can't install it

I set it in the language options and it copies the files and reboots the pc, but then it won't be installed. I run the applocale aplication and it doesn't list japanese, when i select it it says its not installed on my pc!!!

Is there any other way to install japanese language support????

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I changed the OS language to English, but Dell updates are still showing up in Japanese. Help?

A:Changed Windows 10 OS Language to English from Japanese But Dell Updates Still in Japanese?

Where did you buy the computer?  Did it come with Japanese as default?  If you bought it in Japan its possible they installed the Japanese language only versions of the Dell programs and you would be stuck with them.  You could go to the support page for your computer and download the English versions if there are any.

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After installing suppport for Japanese the system turned completely Japanese, I changed back to English, but for some reason Store refuses to switch, it is stuck in Japanese mode. I can live with it except the apps available are those geared for the Japanese market and I have no way of knowing what I'm missing out on.

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I am using a Windows XP system and I've had a problem with my ime files, my default language is chinese on my laptop, and I used to be able to use Japanese as well. But it stopped becoming available. I tried to copy and paste an IME folder from my friends computer, then realised she used it in Russian, and now some of my programs like my software for downloads, show text in Russian or just jibberish. When I go to add Japanese language file it does not show the IME option only shows an option for American or Chinese keyboard, none of which will even work/appear in the language bar as an option.
Will I need the Windows XP CD to fix this problem? Or is there a file I can download to have the Japanese IME option, so I can change between Chinese and Japanese keyboard.

Thank you so much for your time. I'm not sure what other information I can post about the problem that will be useful.
 

A:language options - japanese IME does not show, cannot add Japanese keyboard

You would need to change the Unicode to Japanese in the third tab in Regional and Language. Japanese doesn't figure in my list under the first tab either but if you change the Unicode and restart, you may find it on your XP CD and be able to add it in.

 

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Failed to install .NET Framework 4.5.2 Japanese language pack on English version of Windows 8.1.

I changed UI language to Japanese from English in Control panel on Win8.1. Then, I installed .NET Framework Japanese language pack.
However, the installer stopped installation and shows messages like an "Unsupported environment".
Is there any way to install Japanese language pack?

????

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my language bar has been working effectively but just recently it started acting up by not letting me choose between hiragana or katakana when in japanese mode. It wont even show them as options. It only allows me to type in katakana but the imput mode is also messed up.

help plz
 

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Ok this is my first time posting on this forum but i really, really need help!

ok this is whats happening. i live in Australia but i am trying to play Japanese Maple Story. I have already downloaded the setup file and already installed it.

but when i launch the exe file, i get an error, saying "This client can only be executed in Japanese Code page"

i read somewhere (jms[dot]cjb[dot]net around the bottom) that you need to change the laguage in control panel to Japanese then restart the computer. the only problem is that i dont have japanese in the specified area where i have to change it i really need help.

can someone please tell me where or how i can enable Japanese on it so i am able to play the game i want to play

Thank you in Advance,
Lynx232
 

A:Japanese language

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i'm using windows XP Professional

So years ago i have installed the japanese ime but back then i had no use for it except type some weird things.

Now i need it more then ever and the language bar just won't show up no matter what i do and the ime is acting weird.

Breaking it down for you
1 - I have installed all east asian files to computer already

2 - I go to control Panel -> Regional and language options -> languages -> text service and input language and japanese is on there

3 - Apparently the language bar button in preference is grayed out so i can't click it

4 - Searched around the web for a solution but none works

5 - So i can't find the language bar to change the language to japanese, if i use shortcuts to change languages then what happens is if i type something it switches back to english automatically
(use shortcut like ctrl+shift+key or something, switches the language to japanese, i open notepad but when i type it goes to english and Hiragana is main setting not direct input so it can't be english)

Anyone got solution?
I'm thinking maybe a partition restore would help but i don't know.
Thanks
 

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I'm trying to get this on my computer so I can play some japanese games that I have. I don't have the proper CD (service pack 2 proffesional) to get East Asian language support, I was hoping that there was another way of going about this. I tryed applocale, but since I don't have accual support for the language, it just plain doesn't work. So could anyone please help? I can't understand why microsoft would make this tottally seperate and not even have a download link on their site to it, is it that hard to add a few asian languages?

A:Japanese Language Support.

hello ,

did you try this?

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...DisplayLang=en

if not it may be what you are looking for ?

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Hi, I've tried adding Japanese as a language via the language button in the bottom right of the screen. I've done so and it appears to have downloaded but I'm still only able to type in english. I try right clicking the icon and choosing Japanese but it won't work.

Can anyone help? Thanks.
 

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My buddy got a Mac laptop a little over a year ago and I was envious to note that it was innately capable of allowing him to input in Japanese in any program (most importantly, word processing). We're both students of the language, and before that, have had to install seperate programs to do word processing. I am now living in Japan, and bought a new computer shortly before I left (last summer) with Windows XP. If I'm not mistaken (and I may be), my friend had XP with MS Office (I only have the Works suite). He said he had to go somewhere to activate that function, but I haven't been able to find it for the life of me. He showed me once (on his computer), and I don't recall being able to find it on mine. I'm going to ask him again too, but in case he can't help me, which is very possible, I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to activate foreign language ability in XP. I can read Japanese fonts just fine, but it would be really nice to be able to type in them too. Also, a former co-worker once told me he found a program online that let him enter Japanese text at any time on his computer (even labeling files and such), but he could have been full of it. Anyway, is there any hope for me? Thanks a lot for any help!

Sony Vaio notebook
Windows XP
512 RAM
2.66 Ghz
MS Works (no office for me)
 

A:Japanese language ability on XP

Hiya

Go to Control Panel | Regional and Language Options. Languages tab. Details. Click Add. Choose tha language you want.

You may need your Windows disk.

After its all done, you should be able to change the layout, just change it using the EN icon that should be near your clock.

Also, note this:

For right-to-left and East Asian languages select Start, Control Panel, Regional and Language Options, the Languages tab, and then select the desired check box under Supplemental language support.

Regards

eddie
 

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Hi there, im new to the forum, and i think i have a relatively simple question. i recently installed the microsoft japanese language pack, but not the japanese IME. i can compose email, use office, everything, in japanese. no problem. but when i send email, even though it is displayed properly on my end, it is not being recieved properly. i changed the settings on mozilla, but im still not having any luck with it. has anyone had this problem? i know im just missing some minor detail...
 

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I'm taking Japanese currently and need to be able to type Japanese characters. This is supposed to be easy on Windows XP, I've done it before.
I went to control panel > regional and language settings. The drop down menu has just about every language BESIDES Japanese.
I downloaded a Japanese language support file from Microsoft.com, but Japanese still does not appear in the list of languages.
What's the deal?

A:Need Japanese language support

I am running Xp and I see Japanese.

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hi, i need your help please. i updated the bios of my systems motherboard <MS-7906 rev 1.0> it installed fine, but upon restarting the bios is now in japanese(i think) language. the bios update also curropted my windows installation somehow, idk why so my system wont even boot.and since the bios is in some other language i dont even understand , i dont know what options to change to boot from cd/usb and reinstall my preferred OS , please tell me how i can revert to the old bios or change this ones language.   

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Okay, I've used Japanese language support for IE before, and it worked fine. Recently, I reformated my hard drive and reinstalled windows. I've done all the updates and such, but now when I go to Windows update to download Japanese language support, it won't install! I tried clearing my temporary files and downloading it again, but it still fails to install! It's getting very frustrating! (especially since it takes a while to download with dial up) and I really need the support to view my Japanese websites and forums.

This is the error message I get from Windows Update:

No Updates Were Installed

The following items failed to install. To try installing them again, click Review and install updates, and then click Install Now again.
Japanese Language Support (Internet Explorer 6)
 

A:Japanese Language Support problem

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Has anyone experience an application such as the one I use called Roland Versaworks change from the English language to Japanese language? I am trying to prove to my higher level IT that EMET 5.2.5546.19547 could be the culprit.

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I'm not entirely sure how this happened, and i'm pulling my hair out trying to fix it. Many installation programs are showing up in Japanese, as well as / showing as ¥. I've checked the region and languages settings in the control panel, under the keyboards and languages tab, "Display Language" option doesn't show up. Attachment shows the issue i'm having. Any help would be appreciated, if i need to provide more info, i'll try my best. Thanks.

A:Language Issues, japanese showing instead of English

Hey,

Even I am facing the same problem. I bought the parts in japan and assembled it but the OS is in English. While installing drivers the installer was in Japanese. Also my keyboard layout is japanese.

Now the programs which I had in English before are getting installed in Japanese when I am doing the installation. I manually changed the language of some programs but I can't find the option in other as they are all in Japanese. I thought it was taking the location from internet and installed without the internet but they still got installed in Japanese.

How do I stop this? Some help would be really appreciated.

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How i can change the language of my laptop from Japanese to English language?

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Hi all,

I have searched all over the net for a solution and can't find one. First, a description of the problem:
The Language Bar is showing up fine. I can use Chinese and alternative English keyboard layouts without any problems. However, I can't use Japanese at all. It is not even shown as an option when I click the button to change languages. Furthermore, keyboard shortcuts don't work.

I got it to show the Japanese option when I "restored" the Language Bar, right clicked it, and turned it vertical, but after turning it back to horizontal, the option disappeared. Desperate to get it back, I turned it back to vertical. It's no longer there either way!

I heard that a Windows Vista Update removed some guy's Japanese language support completely. He fixed it with System Restore. But I'm using Windows XP Pro and there's so many updates I don't know when to restore to and I don't want to restore.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
 

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After adding the Japanese Writing utility, I now have two taskbars. The second taskbar only shows programs that are running, not the start button, quicklaunch, clock, etc.

It first appeared toward the bottom of the desktop, and I could move it, like a floating toolbar. I moved it to the right side, and now it&#8217;s stuck there. If I attempt to move it or right click on it, the computer locks up. I have to CRTL ALT DEL and then restart.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I have a screenshot, but the board won't let me post it.
 

A:Two Taskbars appear after installing Japanese language utility

Control Panel >add/remove Look in there and if there they can be removed .
 

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Every time I try to install the Eastern Language pack for Windowa XP (w/SP3), I keep tgetting this error message that says I need to find the original CDs - which, of course, I can't find, now that I need them. The file that's missing is msmincho.ttc. Anyone know of another way for me to get it? Thanks!

A:Error Installing Japanese Language Pack for XP w/SP3

You might try this:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=enOther than that, you need the Windows CD

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Hello,
I just bought a new laptop (ASUS K53E). I'm currently in Japan and bought laptop here. I'm stuck at the set up page where I have to choose the region and languages. I would prefer English as main language, but I'm afraid I will have problems later with Japanese keyboard, I use both English and Japanese in daily life. There are two things, language and keyboard, that I can choose the language for. And the physical keyboard is Japanese (qwerty with additional buttons).
Also can I add more languages later on? If I plan to add one more language which keyboard is best for initial set up?

Would be grateful for any tips, its a first time I bought laptop outside of Europe.

A:choosing a language for a new laptop English and Japanese

Be sure to make your Recovery Disks and preserve the Recovery partition if you reinstall so that you can revert to the state you received the computer and hopefully make these Setup choices again if needed in the future.

Otherwise languages are only interchangeable when you have Ultimate which provides all of the language packs via optional Windows Updates.

However reinstall with another language is sometimes possible depending upon the region of your license even though the license is language-specific. The choices you have now should also be available by finding an installer for that language to clean reinstall, then activate with the Product Key on COA sticker. However you may have to try it to find out for sure, so be sure to preserve your factory Recovery options and and Win7 backup image of your install after setup.

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I tried installing Japanese language support onto my Windows XP SP 3, but upon restarting (as it prompted me to do), I can't log into Windows. I select my user name, it says "Loading personal settings..." but then it dumps me back on to the log in screen, allowing me to re-click my name to the same effect.

I didn't have a password set, as it is my home computer. I just had it set to the log in screen since I built the machine, just for me to click on my user name.

I tried doing safe mode and logging into the administrator, but the same thing happens.

I tried reverting back to the "last good configuration" at the menu that comes after spamming F8, but that didn't change anything.

Debug dumps me at the same menu.

I have no idea what to do. Help, please!

EDIT: I have the Windows XP SP 2 disc, which is how I was able to log in. However, I don't have the password or registration key handy.

EDIT 2: I tried installing/fixing windows, but it didn't work (gave an error saying the signature was invalid, error 800b0100, setup log files should contain more information). I can get to the c:\ command line. From there, is there any way to initiate a system restore to previous settings, or change the registry to skip the log in screen?
 

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Hello,

I recently installed Microsoft IME for Japanese so I could type in it. I went to go make a document in word, but I noticed it would only type in a box that popped up in the upper left corner of my screen and not in the actual word document. I found this very strange because it didn't do that on my other hard drive. Once I finished typing a word out and pressed enter it showed up in word, but when I try to type the next word that box disappears and I can longer see what I'm typing. However, I am still typing because I will type and a word, press enter, and then the word shows up word again, but I can't visually see what I am typing UNLESS I start a new line by pressing Enter. I've looked all over google and I have found nothing on this. Please help!! It is so annoying, I just want to be able to see what I am typing letter by letter, just like how I was while typing this forum.
 

A:Solved: Japanese keyboard only types in Language Bar

Hello! Something strange just happened a few minutes ago. While I was typing this forum my computer was installing updates. It just finished restarting and I thought I would give it a try again in Microsoft Word. For some odd reason, those updates solved the problem, so now my keyboard is typing like it should be in Word.

Thanks anyways!
 

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After downloading the Japanese IME and Language pack.. My IE won't allow me to open any Japanese websites anymore. I know I probably did something wrong. Please help!

A:[resolved] Japanese IME and Language pack.. IE unable to open

From what I understand, IE isn't terribly good at processing language packs, I have not had this problem, but you might want to switch to a faster and more adaptive browser, Firefox

Or, if you don't like to tinker, the equally fast Opera

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I recently sent my computer in for a replacement hard drive. They installed Chinese input in my language bar (I assume because it's a Taiwanese company). I have tried removing it from Regional and Language Settings, but even when it's not listed in the keyboards section, it keeps showing up in the language bar. Sometimes when I restart it disappears, and sometimes it reappears in the keyboards and the language bar. It's really obnoxious.

Additionally, I often use Japanese input in the language bar (so I don't want to just remove the language bar entirely), but when it's in Half-Width Alphanumeric (English character) mode, it still uses a Japanese keyboard layout (as in ' becomes :, ) becomes (, etc.) . Is there any way to fix this? I never had this problem in XP.

Thank you in advance.
 

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My current workstation is running WIN XP PRO, SP2. At one point it was being used by my Russian stepson who put a bunch of games, etc. on it that were in Russian. After my own computer motherboard failed, I cleaned this workstation up but didn't reinstall windows [yet?] as I was hoping that this wouldn't be necessary.
Unfortunately, when I tried to install the setpoint software from Logitech, the splash screen and install instructions come up in Russian. The same thing also occured with one of my HP scanner programs. Although I have the language settings set to English, I do have the Russian keyboard language support also available so that my wife can type in Russian sometimes. But even though I have the language set in English [and it displays on the task bar as being in English unless I switch it to Russian], I can't download updates etc on the software that is "language" aware.
NOTE: I have called Logitech who didn't have anyone in their support area who could help me. We found one older version of the setpoint software that was showed up mainly in English although a few of the choices for location, etc. were displayed in a Russian language drop down list. even then.
I am guessing that there is some registry entry, etc. that the logitech and some HP software look at in order to provide a universal install program and the techs I talked too didn't know about?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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Hi All,
I want to install W7U on a new build comp. but want to install it as Japanese for the wife can I do this or can I only change the language later.

A:Can I install Windows 7 Ultimate in Japanese as a first install

Welcome to Seven forums Mr Samurai. I believe you will need a Japanese Windows 7 DVD, but there options for regions/language in the set up.

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..two icons appeared on a friend's desktop both in Japanese, when he clicked on them (foolish, I know), the browser opened up all in Japanese, even the whole site was in Japanese, we are in America btw..so that is for start..he cannot delete anything nor does an MS essential scan indicated any viruses, (that was his choice of security, no maleware security.... He thinks they appeared after he saw a message asking him to download java OR Adobe Flash, cannot remember he said.. I know it has to be a virus of some sort, there also there are two other icons that have Internet Explorer, he put neither there, ..there is more info, but being an older man he wasn't very knowledgeable, but he could not get his computer past this point, it is locked up..so for starts, this is probably a virus? I cannot seem to locate this particular problem...any thoughts so far on this PLEASE?? sorry for being so vague.  thank you!!

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Greetings,

I lived in Japan for 2 years, and got myself a Dell Studio 1557 laptop while I was there.
Needless to say the OS was in Japanese (Windows 7 Home Edition), which wasn't really a problem as I do have a level of understanding of Japanese and I've got used to it by now (I bought the laptop around March 2010).
However, right now I'm in need of giving my laptop some mainteanance and thus I'm thinking about reinstalling the OS, and that's where I'm facing an issue, because despite having some knowledge on Japanese, I'm not confident I'll be able to understand much whenever the boot/set-up screen shows up.

My main question is if the steps to reinstall Windows would be exactly the same as if I were working with an English version.
Are there, perhaps, any screencaps out there I could follow to avoid making any mistake?

Thanks in advance.

A:How to install a Japanese Win7

Clean Install Windows 7

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i am wondering if it is possible to install an english xp to a laptop which already has a japanese xp installed in it and do i need to put all the utility drivers again for the english xp function properly or the 2 OS will automatically share the needed utility drivers? help me out, please.
 

A:Solved: how to install xp (eng) to a pc with a japanese xp

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hi,
when I install language pack on windows 7 ultimate  wil also microsoft office 2010  change to the language I installed or office has its own language pack.
thanks
johan

h.david

A:when I install language pack on windows 7 ultimate wil also office 2010 which is installed change to the language I installed ?

Hi,
Office 2010 has ite own langage pack.
You can check this post
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/24433/how-to-add-other-languages-to-office-2010// Yannick Plavonil
blog: Deploiement Windows
twitter: @yplavonil
facebook:
www.facebook.com/deploiementwindows

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I have a Toshiba Dyna Book SS DS60P/1N8M Model Name: Portege 3480 DS60P/1N8M Model No.: PP348J-44T83.
This laptop was originally designed for use in Japan. I tried to install Windows XP on it and it installed in Japanese. I have tried everything I could think of to get it to load in English (I don't read or understand Japanese).

Nothing I have done has worked.

I have a copule of unique problems that I feel would be helpful. I do not have the Floppy Disc Drive, (as far as I can tell the Bios Update file can only be installed from this floppy drive). I thought that maybe the problem was the BIOS version was in Japanese causing Windows to install in Japanese. I tried to install a Bios Upgrade downloaded from Toshiba but could not get it to install without the Floppy disc drive.

Does anyone have any ideas how I could get this computer to allow me to install an english language operating system?

Please provide any ideas, I am getting desparate for help and would love to get this laptop up and running in a language I can read.
 

A:US Windows Install on Japanese Laptop

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Hello:

I got a net book which operates Windows XP, though it does not have DVD drive. When I tried to install Japanese language(through control panel), it says it need WindowsXP CD-Rom to do it. Because I don't have CD-Rom nor DVD driver with the netbook, I can not use it nor have the CD. Is there any way I can install Japanese Language Input to my net book? Your input is much appreciated!

A:Install Japanese Input System w/o CD-Rom

Hi ayhar and welcome to TSF !

There are external CD drives that you can hook on the usb port.

Else rip your XP CD to an .iso file using another computer (use imgburn, "create image file from disc"), copy the .iso file on your notebook using an usb drive and mount it with a virtual drive program (daemon tools or alcohol).

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In attempting to install the Japanese global IME so I could see Japanese text in Firefox, I mistakenly downloaded this one, which as it turns out only works with Office XP installed. So now whenever I startup the computer I get this:



As I don't have Office XP, I press cancel and get this:



This appears everytime I log on and it won't go away! Any help in removing it would be wonderful. Thanks in advance.

A:Japanese Global IME install error

Have you attempted uninstalling it via Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs and then installing this one?
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie6/downloads/recommended/ime/install.mspx

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Dear All,
Sorry if this is in the wrong place, couldn't spot a Language/Region sub forum.
Anyway, I hope someone can help with the following problem:

1. My PC is a Japanese Dell that came pre-installed with Win 7 Home.
2. I used Windows Anytime Upgrade to bump it up to Win 7 Ultimate.
3. I downloaded and installed the English Language pack so that I could switch the display language between English and Japanese.

Here's the problem:
After switching to English, I can no longer enter text in Japanese
- I'm using a Japanese keyboard, have switched the Locale to Japan and added the Japanese keyboard configuration to "Keyboard and Languages". No joy.
If anyone has any ideas I am all ears!
All the best,
Bill

A:Japanese Win 7 Ultimate - Text Input in Japanese

Apologies. Stupid IME bar wasn't popping up. Went into the JA settings and selected it.
Sorry for wasting anyone's time!

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when i view this site ...http://www.animeanime.jp/schedule/index.html... as well as some other sites i get strange characters such as
?}???K????E?????????????????H(?????E?Z?{??)...
how ever when i view other sites like ....http://www.animeanime.jp/...
japanese shows up perfect...
does anyone know how i may fix this issue...
it has the same affect as when i view it in IE7
i am currently running Firefox 3 and i have the eat asian language thing ticked in regional languages and am running xp

A:How Do I view japanese on japanese sites in Mozilla

You'll need to add support for eastern languages in the windows regional options in the 'languages' tab. I believe japanese is included in the 'east asian languges' pack, but you may need your XP cd handy in order to install it.

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Hi!

I have just installed the full version of Windows 7 Professional 7600.

I just wanted install a new display language but I can't because I don't see the option.

http://solbadguy.extra.hu/nolgp.png

Can anyone help?

A:Can't see install language

control panel,appearance and personalision, left hand pane,clock, language and region

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Hi,
I currently have Win7 RC1 installed in english but for screenshot purposes I would like to have japanese installed as a second language. I downloaded the japanese RC1 .iso, is there a way I can add the language files?

Thanks for help in advance!

A:Install second language from .iso?

You will have to install W7 with Japenese.

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hi

how i can install any language in windows 7 pro ?

i dont find any option in windows.

i want to install hebrew for example

thank's in advance

A:how to install language in windows 7 pro

  
Quote: Originally Posted by goldE


hi

how i can install any language in windows 7 pro ?

i dont find any option in windows.

i want to install hebrew for example

thank's in advance


Officially Only Enterprise and ultimate can change language packs but you may find what you want if you google it.

Sorry I cant help.

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Hi,
I have Windows 2000 Pro-pre-installed on my computer. Don't have the cd though and when I attempt to add foreign language font from regional settings I'm prompted to put in the CD. How do I get around this if I don't have the CD?
 

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I have an English version of windows home premium, and want to intall a dutch language package, but when I go to "control panel" and "clock, language and region" I can't find the place to install the language packages. It is supposed to be below "keyboard and other input methods" but it is empty there...

What's wrong/how can I install it?

A:How to install Language Package

If I recall properly, only Ultimate has that capability.

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Hi it's me again.
I've been trying to install Bulgarian Language Installation Pack since yesterday.
But it always gives me an error :

Which means "The installation of language Interface Package was unsuccessful"
Please tell me what might the problem be because it is a lot easier for me to work on my Pc in my own language (Bulgarian).
 

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Hi there,
I'd like to do an upgrade install of Windows 7 Beta. Unfortunately, my current OS (Vista Ultimate 64) is in Italian, thus I cannot upgrade. I even tried to install the English language pack and I made sure to set the language in English. The problem is I cannot uninstall the Italian language as Windows tells me that it's the system language.

Is there any way to make Windows think that English is the default language of my computer? I really don't want to make a clean install.

A:Can't do an Upgrade Install - Different Language

Use another hard drive or partition.

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I have Windows 7 Home in English. I want to install MS Office in a different language. Is this possible?
Thank you.

A:Is it possible to install MS Office in a different language?

You can install Office in any language you want to.

Kari

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