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MUI Language Pack Windows Vista RC1

Q: MUI Language Pack Windows Vista RC1

Does anyone know if the MUI pack that is to be included in the Ultimate editon if it is available for download yet. I have the RC-1 loaded and would like to try this as well.
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if you don't have the xp disk borrow one and
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A:Change language in windows 8 single language OS pack

Hi Hi thiru79, Welcome to Eight forums,

Check this link.

Display Language - Change in Windows 8

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A:Vista Ultimate language pack

Both types service packs are proper for you.Because "five language" has lower volume the better to install five language version.
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A:Language Pack Debris on Vista Home Premium

No one with a solution?
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A:Unable to install Language Pack in Vista Ultimate (800700C1)

Hi Joris and welcome to the Vista forums.

Does this error happen only with the language pack you downloaded?
Try to install another software and check if you have the same error when you open it.
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I was pointing there to change interface every-time I had to reinstall.
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(only 32 bit)
Hope it will help some other People out there !
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I have one language pack installed ie. Canadian English.... Eh?

What is the problem? What is the solution.


A:Windows Language Pack

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A:Windows Language Pack

Hi there
Download the SWEDISH LIP from here

Download languages for Windows - Microsoft Windows

Even includes obscure languages like WELSH etc.

I used the Icelandic one -- works a treat on my systems. In some cases you need to install over a base ENGLISH version of W7 but I think for Swedish installing over ANY installed language version of W7 base should be OK -- the list contains the requirements.

Once you've installed go to control panel regional settings and you can get around 99% of the Interface switched to the alternate language(s). You can install as many as you like and note the Logon screen if you set the administrator options in control panel will also be presented in your chosen language.

You need to have W7 PRO or higher unfortunately -- it won't work with HOME PREMIUM -- which IMO is daft since corporates often use ENGLISH but home users are much more likely to want W7 in their native language.

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You can switch back to the original English any time after install too.

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please help and guide me.

I have captured from it. My mean I want remove this part. Look at the picture

My version windows is Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Thank you

A:How can I remove a language pack from Add Input Language part?

Why do you want to remove it ?

As long as it`s not installed, it`s not on the PC.
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Office 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Language Interface Pack ensures that Office 2003 performs with complete functionality when you use an Office 2003 Language Interface Pack.

System Requirements
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This update applies to the following programs:
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Many thanks in advance.


A:Windows 7 Enterprise Language Pack..

Windows 7 language packs are available for computers that are running Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise. The Windows 7 language packs can be installed only from the Optional Updates section in Windows Update. However, these language packs are not available on the Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server or through the Microsoft Download Center.

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Click the optional update links for the language packs.
Under the Windows 7 Language Packs category, select the desired language pack.

Note If you install many additional language packs, the disk space and system performance are affected. In particular, disk space and system performance are affected during servicing operations, such as Service Pack installations. Therefore, we recommend that you only add a language pack to your computer if you will use the language pack.
Click OK, and then click Install updates to start the download and installation process.
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A:Help with Chinese Language Pack, Windows 7 HP SP1

Yes, you will need to upgrade/download Windows 7 ultimate to get language packs. Home Premium only comes with 1 language pack. You can get Home Pre. in English or Chinese when you purchase it, but you can't change it later.
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A:Adding Windows XP SP2 Language Pack

Maybe this?
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A:Windows 7 64 Chinese Language Pack

See Microsoft KB @ and
Windows 7 language packs are available for computers that are running Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise
Windows 7 language packs are available for computers that are running Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise. The Windows 7 language packs can be installed only from the Optional Updates section in Windows Update. However, these language packs are not
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To download and install a Windows 7 language pack, follow these steps:

Start Microsoft Update. To do this, click Start

Collapse this imageExpand this image

, type Microsoft Update in the Start Search box, and then click
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A:Windows XP English Language pack?

you usually have to buy the english version of windows to get english

Windows PowerShell 1.0 English Language Installation Packages for Windows Server 2003 and for Windows XP
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Found this: How to use another language pack on Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional

Use at your own risk as I've never tried it nor have any reason to do so.
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Oh, I get it.
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A:windows 7 language bugged install pack

an question to my problem,
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A:Adding Language Pack to 'Windows 8.1 with Bing'

Hi Gb33, welcome to the Eight Forums.

Myself an ex-pat living in Germany I know how important but sometimes difficult it is to find a computer here with pre-installed OS in any other language than German. Luckily Windows 8 made this a bit easier due language packs being available in all editions except single language edition.

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Short: ask the store, check what version of Windows 8.1 with Bing the laptop has. Version N comes without Windows Media Player and other media features but these can be easily added by yourself with no cost (Download Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 8.1 from Official Microsoft Download Center). You can use language packs in version N to change your display language. Windows 8.1 with Bing normal version has all media features and can also use language packs.

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A:Windows 8.1 single language pack upgrade

You should be able to upgrade if you have bought the 8.1 Pro key. I've not tried it as I never had single language but MS says you can.

Add features: FAQ - Windows Help

Can I add features to my Single Language edition of Windows?Yes. If you bought the Windows 8.1 Pro Pack or Windows 8 Pro Pack, you should be able to install it and activate Windows successfully.
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A:Language Pack not usable message in Windows 8.1

Download the new 8.1 MUI:


Rename the file to LP.mlc and double click it to install it."A programmer is just a tool which converts caffeine into code"
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A:Windows 7 SP1 - English Language Pack Installation Error : 800736B3

Hello baertekxx12,

Peruse the link below to see if it provides any useful information.

Microsoft has no publicly available information for error code 800736B3.
Other threads in Answers forums very strongly suggest that error code 800736B3 is a symptom of system corruption/damage, most often caused by, e.g., one or more Norton realtime-protection processes, an infection, and/or injudicious use of "Registry cleaners" (e.g., Registry Mechanic; System Mechanic; RegCure; Advanced SystemCare; AVG PC TuneUp; PCTools Optimiser; CCleaner).

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I try to switch to english again but can't find English language pack in my computer.Than I download it again and reinstall again.during install get a error code
8007002.I have tried the Microsoft suggested solution. (deleting Software Distribution, somthing like that)but still not work.Please help

Attached CBS for download Attachment 241858

currently display language
Attachment 241860

missing english pack
Attachment 241861

English pack still here??
Attachment 241862

error code when install the english pack again
Attachment 241863

A:Windows 7 Service Pack 1 language packs (Kb2483139) error (8007002)

Hello Roy and welcome to the forums

Thanks for following the first post instructions It makes my life a lot easier!

Could you follow all of the steps outlined on this page please:

Do not follow steps #8 and #10. The SoftwareDistribution folder should never be touched (apart from in a few exceptional circumstances)

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A:Language Pack Help

Did you a clean install or an upgrade. If you still have the disks re-install office 2003 and your browser
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A:Language Pack

I think you need Ultimate to install multiple language packs... --ch
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A:Language pack?

Depends on your version of Vista. You can purchase them for the Home/Home Premium editions, and I think that they're free for the Business/Enterprise/Ultimate editions (they're optional updates in Windows Updates).
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A:How to integrate language-pack?

Quote: Originally Posted by Luanzim

Hiho, i have the Windows 7 compilation 7600 rtm all versions in english, i'm from brazil and i use the language pack pt-BR, but i need integrate the language-pack in the instalation... how!? Thanks

I think there is a tutorial on it, in the tutorial section.

Good luck
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A:Korean language pack?

I went to the site you mentioned above and it didnt ask me to install a korean language pack.
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What is wrong with my laptop? I was able to see Chinese on the web but when i copy n paste it shows boxes. When i restart my laptop i was able to copy and paste but when i Shut Down n start the next day it won't work again. I have tried formating my laptop but it doesn't solve this bug. This problem is apply to Chinese, Korea and Japanese language only.

PLS PLS help. Is there anyone that can help me solve my problem???

A:HELP PLS!!! Problem With Language Pack

Hello Roger, welcome to the Seven Forums.

The attached msinfo.txt file shows you have Windows 7 Home Premium. As Windows 7 Language Packs are a feature only included in Ultimate and Enterprise editions, you are not allowed to use them. If you have language packs installed, and I can see from the second screenshot of yours you have almost all of them, it means you have got them from unofficial sources.

There's a reason why for instance Ultimate edition costs more than Home Premium; you have to pay for the added features like language packs. For me, who have spent money to get Ultimate and those features, trying to get those features to Home Premium is piracy, and I am not willing to help or answer any questions in issues related to piracy.

Second thing is keyboard layout. Some non-Latin based keyboard layouts are a bit tricky to use. This posts shows how to use Korean keyboard layout.

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greetz, mowh

A:Language Pack German

I heard somewhere that language support is only available in Ultimate for now.
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A:Language Pack Update.

Originally Posted by Jbasto

Okay so i been updating Vista every time i need to but i see that i have about 30+ Language updates and i dont need none of them.
How can i remove them from my list

Right click on the language and then click Hide update.
You must repeat this for all the language packs.
You can do this for everything in the update list.
When you finish,to close the window press the X button not the cancel button.
The next time you check for updates they wont appear.
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I got so aggravated I took every Asian font off the computer too.

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A:language pack installation

The easiest solution is to just install it, as long as is a Microsoft language pack.
Doing this wont have any adverse affect on how your pc runs.

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A:How to install a language pack?

Control Panel>
Windows Update>

the menu on the left will have an option to - Check for updates
or incase you downloaded the updates already and haven't installed them, click on - Restore hidden updates.

Czech Language Pack - Windows 7 Release Candidate for x64-based Systems (KB967828)

Download size: 47.6 MB

Update type: Optional

After you install this language pack, you can change the display language of Windows 7 to be Czech.
Go to the Clock, Language, and Region category in the Control Panel to change the display language.

More information:
Windows 7 language packs are available for computers that are running Windows 7 Ultimate

Help and Support:
Microsoft Help and Support
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A:Please Help - Language Pack Issue with SP1

Have a look in Control Panel > Programs & Features which lists all the software you or the PC manufacturer have installed.
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A:win 7 pro x32 about language pack installation ...

You need either Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise to be able to install the extra language packs via Windows Updates.

The packs available are listed here: Download languages for Windows - Microsoft Windows

Your best bet would be to use Windows Anytime Upgrade from Professional to Ultimate. All you do is go online, buy a Product Key then run Windows Anytime Upgrade.

You'll be asked to enter your new Product Key, which is then verified. Once verification has taken place the upgrade will begin, which takes from as little as 10 minutes, depending on how many updates have to be downloaded and installed first.
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He's currently running SP1.

Thanks in advance!

It doesn't have any Windows Vista Installation DVDs

This is also weird: my MacBook came with the OS DVD. Why wouldn't his Acer come with it as well?

A:Language Pack Troubles

thebog welcome to the forums.

What you and your friend need to do is change the display language (Multi User Interface - MUI). Unfortunately that is only really available on Ultimate and Enterprise editions of Vista, but there is a way around it. Start with reading here,

Display Language

for what is involved in making the changes then go here,

Download and Install Windows Vista MUI Language Packs on Vista Home Basic, Home Premium and Business ? Raymond.CC Blog

for a more detailed description on how to use Vistalizator.

As fas as the install DVD, that is sort of standard practice with just about every PC and laptop manufacturer out there. What they do is provide either a restore partition or the option to create recovery disks, and sometimes both, the last HP computer I worked had both. You may find that once you can understand what is on-screen, you may find the option to create recovery disks is available on that noetbook as well.
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A:Language Pack Problems

As per the forum rules:No subject matter will be allowed whose purpose is to defeat existing copyright or security measures. If a user persists and/or the activity is obviously illegal the staff reserves the right to remove such content and/or ban the user.So I'm sorry, but if you are running non-genuine software we can't help you.Why don't you look into Open Office. It's similar to Microsoft Office but it's free.
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Error 2.

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A:uninstall language pack x64

Hello jonaand &

Select the original installation file, MUISETUP.exe (Multilingual User Interface Pack), run it and deselect all the language packs you want to remove.
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A:Corrupt Language Pack

First, I have to say your post is one of the most confusing I have seen .

A language pack converts Windows to selected language by changing its display language. If you install and enable a Japanese language pack, then your Windows is completely Japanese. I for instance really need four languages, so I have installed Finnish, Swedish and German language packs on my English Windows 7 on each and every computer I have.

After installing these language packs I simply create new user accounts for each language (an enabled and applied language pack only converts the display language of the user account it was applied for, not whole computer's language), resulting a scenario like this:
(Click to enlarge)

Depending which language I need, I can login to respective user account. My normal and Admin accounts in English, other accounts in Finnish, Swedish and German.

To change a display language you need first to download a language pack in your chosen language, log in to user account you want to change display language and then from Regional and language properties > Keyboards and languages select correct language:
(Installed languages in this example are English, German / Deutsch, Finnish / Suomi and Swedish / Svenska)

After relogin the user account in question has completely changed to chosen language. Dialogs, menus, help, IE and so on.

(Tutorial: Display Language - Change)

Input language is the keyboard layout you want to use. It has nothing to do with language packs and does not need an installed language pack; to change your keyboard layout (input language) you do not need to download anything. Simply open the language properties and add / enable / disable wanted input methods (languages).

Input languages are changed / enabled / disabled from the Regional and language properties > Keyboards and languages > Change keyboards:

(Tutorial: Keyboard Input Language - Add or Remove)

Changing the Display Language does not change the Input Language and vice versa. Again using my computer as an example:

Originally this laptop had an English Windows 7 Enterprise installed, with English (UK) as Input Language (= keyboard layout). I created additional user accounts to be used in Finnish, Swedish and German.

After downloading language packs I logged in to newly created Finnish account and changed its Display Language to Finnish. After relogin the Display Language of that account was changed to Finnish but the keyboard layout (Input Language) was still English (UK) because changing the Display Language does not automatically change the Input Language. That change I made (it must be made) separately.

I repeated the same procedure with Swedish and German user accounts resulting a laptop with user accounts in four different languages, each using its respectively Input Language.

Read the tutorials I linked above. Your Japanese IME is an Input Language, in other words Keyboard Layout, not a Display language and should work after first disabling / removing it, rebooting and enabling / adding it again.

Do not change the Display Language if you do not want to change your complete Windows to an other language. You are mixing these two totally different things, display language and input language.

Once more:Display Language = the language Windows and all its dialogs and menus are presented. A language pack is needed in order to change the display language
Input Language = keyboard layout in selected language. No additional downloads, language packs or something else are needed to change the layout

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A:Language Pack only on ONE user

I believe that is default functionality:

When you install a language pack, you can change the interface language of Windows 7 to the language that you select.

Language packs also let multiple users who share a computer select distinct display languages. For example, one user can select to see the dialog boxes, menus, and other text in Japanese, whereas another user can select to see the same content in French.

Windows 7 language packs are available for computers that are running Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise

Try installing the language pack under his user.
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A:I can't install language pack

Refer to the listed MS KB article below for possible resolution.
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Any ideas anyone.


A:Install W7 Language pack .mlc

Hi Jimbo.

I found the following Article on Technet

To install a LIP from the LIP CD

Log on to the destination computer as an administrator or use an account with administrator privileges.

Insert the Windows 7 Language Interface Pack (LIP) CD.

Open Windows Explorer by right-clicking Start, and then selecting Explore. Navigate to the root of the directory in the Windows 7 LIP CD.

Double-click the .mlc file. The Setup program starts.

Select the LIP that you intend to install and follow the instructions provided by the application.

After the LIP language is installed, you can change the User Interface language by using the Regional and Language Options Control Panel. To open the Regional and Language Options Control Panel, click Start, type intl.cpl in the Start Search text box, and then press ENTER.

For more information about language interface packs, and other multilingual resources, see Understanding Multilingual Deployments.

To install a LIP from the Microsoft Web site

OEMs and system builders must acquire LIPs from the partner Web site.

Log on to the destination computer as an administrator or use an account with administrator privileges.

Download the appropriate LIP.

Navigate to the directory that contains the LIP that you intend to install - for example, the \hi-IN directory - and then double-click Lip.mlc. The Install or Uninstall Display Languages window appears.

Follow the instructions provided by the Install or Uninstall Display Languages application to complete the installation.

After the LIP language is installed, you can change the User Interface language by using the Regional and Language Options Control Panel.

It looks like you can just Double-click the .mlc file

Hope it help
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A:Language Pack question

They are an additional install that has to change over EVERY word from x language to the y language installed. I don't know if you can switch back and forth or not, but it is a large file.

You have to install it as an update. I have not done this, so I don't know how it works after that.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hijack

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Hi list !!!

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A:Yet Another Language Pack Question


The language pack will be essentially equivalent, but only Windows 7 Ultimate can download them.

If you want a lower version, like Home or Professional, you will need to buy the Turkish version.
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A:Trouble with Language Pack

You might not like this answer but I think it might be the only way solution.
Select the anytime upgrade and pay for Windows 7 Ultimate. Then you will be able to change the language by installing language packs.

I'm not even sure if the anytime upgrade offer still exists! I'm not getting any good links for it.
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A:Language pack error.

How about trying these steps?
i'll post the screenshots below
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A:Language pack & strange fonts

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A:Installing Language Pack Issues

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A:Language pack intergration into setup

Since Windows 7 I don't see any difference with an original installation in my language and the installed language pack.

Why do you want to integrate the pack into the installation disk?
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Hi all

I am running windows 7 sp1 and downloaded the german language service pack.

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By the way, i have enough free space on windows drive, have downloaded the same 32- bit as the system, and the installation file doesn t seen to be corrupted.

I also try to install it, instead of double-clicking- by going to region and language sections and install from there, but in browse window i can t give the installion file to it and it says that : no valid installation package is founded in this folder.

Please help, Thanks !

A:I Can t install the downloaded language pack

Quote: Originally Posted by mj2000

Hi all

I am running windows 7 sp1 and downloaded the german language service pack from this site :

but i can t install it and at the end of the progress it fails, with out mentioning the reason or giving an eror.

I didn t do that from windows update because i wanted to have the installation file for the future, after reinstalling windows.

By the way, i have enough free space on windows drive, have downloaded the same 32- bit as the system, and the installation file doesn t seen to be corrupted.

I also try to install it, instead of double-clicking- by going to region and language sections and install from there, but in browse window i can t give the installion file to it and it says that : no valid installation package is founded in this folder.

Please help, Thanks !

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A:Problem after installing language pack

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Guten Tag, Sonny.

You might want to check this.

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i tried to delete all temporary files, install even czech, german,... nothing. what am i doing wrong
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Please help me figure out how to install a Korean language pack on my computer. Is an upgrade the only way?

A:How do I install Korean language pack

Hello Tarma, welcome to Seven Forums!

The language packs are only available for use with Windows 7 Ultimate, no other version.
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