Installing Language Pack

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Wslasher

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Is it possible to install different Language Pack w/o the Windows CD? I can't seem to find it & some Japanese/Chinese sites keep bugging me on installing it.

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Ghandy

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Yes.This is for WinXP lng packs:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/2/e/62e61f10-e106-4f4c-a862-63eec2b41efb/readme.htm

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Quote by GhandyYes.This is for WinXP lng packs:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/2/e/62e61f10-e106-4f4c-a862-63eec2b41efb/readme.htm


These will not work as they're MUI which changes the entire system interface to that selected language.
The OP will need a XP CD.


Btw, those are update files, the real ones (comes on a disc) are like 200-300MBs.

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  • May 13, 2009

FatalB

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i suggest leaving language packs alone if possible. Windows xp has many issue's with them depending on the language....

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  • May 14, 2009

Strike105X

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If you want different language unicode support you'll need the windows XP CD (or the setup files on your hdd), i for one use 3 different unicodes with the japanese one mainly active and it hasnt affected my windows in any way, as for Language Packs at least the one for my language su.. badly i prefer the default one.

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