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This world is not the English world!

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    peterwillcn

    Installs Max + Avalon OneCare the time system say is error, says does  not support this machine OS the language edition, does everybody very  gets angry with not cool, has the very many people publication unhappy:   Said " this world is not English world "!  Microsoft was the world  company, the product promoted test receives limits this is Microsoft  imprudent place!  Very not cool!Sad:(Perplexed:s[C][A]Cool
    Originally is one very happy matter, non- must do it such lets person  not be happy!

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    Harlequin

    Where did you download it from? If you downloaded it from microsoft.com, it probably is the U.S. version. You'd better grab anything from your own region or countries site, like www.microsoft.com/china, for example.

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    leighsword

    here is a tool for change your OS languges, i got the same problem when i trying to install IE7 beta .

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    John Steed

    peterwillcn wrote:
    this world is not English world


    I daresay if it were, it would not be so hard to find a proper cup of tea in the United States.

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    Kazi

    The best solution of this problem is using the english version of ms products with MUI packs.

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    Volkan

    And here is another way to install IE7 or Max on a localized Windows Version Wink

    How to back up, edit, and restore the registry in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/ 

    Open regedit go to

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Nls\Language] and change the InstallLanguage=to 409 

    Source: http://board.iexbeta.com/lofiversion/index.php/t56680.html

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    footballism

    I am currently using English version of Windows XP SP2, so I don't have any problem with this:p

    Sheva

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    Manip

    Instead of throwing an error box, Microsoft should throw a warning with a continue/cancel option.. That way foreign language speakers can install it at their own risk/inconvenience.

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