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  1. C.B.

    C.B. MDL Junior Member

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    #1 C.B., Oct 12, 2011
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    _Vyper MDL Novice

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    #2 _Vyper, Oct 12, 2011
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    Try the IE9 language pack...
    Code:
    http:<slash><slash>www<dot>microsoft<dot>com<slash>download<slash>en<slash>details.aspx?id=1944
     
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    C.B. MDL Junior Member

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    #3 C.B., Oct 13, 2011
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    Thanks for the reply, Vyper. The IE language pack was installed soon after I installed the OS language pack. I have installed and reinstalled the IE language pack three times but it makes no difference.

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    C.B. MDL Junior Member

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    I can't find a solution to the problem. Someone can close or delete this thread.

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  5. bludgard

    bludgard MDL Member

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    I know this isn't what you are looking for; but setting up a virtual machine (dedicated to English or Chinese) may be a valid option. VMs run great these days and are highly configurable. Posssibly a multi-boot system would be another option.
    My wife is Thai; I learned a few workarounds to accomodate her needs.:hug2:
     
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    Or use can try dual boot, one English and one Chinese OS