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Windows 7: Language Pack question

11 Jun 2009   #1
Paradise

Windows 7 x64, Vista Ultimate x64, XP Pro
 
 
Language Pack question

Hi,

how do the LPs work? I know there are some LPs that needs to be incluted in the Windows installation CD.

But now i saw a LP (for build 7229) that is a 2GB iso.
Is that something that i have to install after Windows (no integration)?


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12 Jun 2009   #2
Lordbob75

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

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.

~Lordbob
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12 Jun 2009   #3
woolswell

Server 2008 R2 SP1, Win7 x64 Pro SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Paradise View Post
Hi,

how do the LPs work? I know there are some LPs that needs to be incluted in the Windows installation CD.

But now i saw a LP (for build 7229) that is a 2GB iso.
Is that something that i have to install after Windows (no integration)?
Yes, LP for manay languages is 2GB. But, to an individual language, take the tradition Chinese as an example, is only 130MB.

From the Control Panel>>>Region and Language>>>Keyboards and Languages>>>Display language, we can install another languages other than the default language (English).

For example, this image is the way we install the traditional Chinese LP:

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And, yes, we can switch the display language from English to Chinese easily.

For your curiosity.


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12 Jun 2009   #4
Lordbob75

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by woolswell View Post
Yes, LP for manay languages is 2GB. But, to an individual language, take the tradition Chinese as an example, is only 130MB.

From the Control Panel>>>Region and Language>>>Keyboards and Languages>>>Display language, we can install another languages other than the default language (English).

For example, this image is the way we install the traditional Chinese LP:

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And, yes, we can switch the display language from English to Chinese easily.

For your curiosity.
Thanks woolswell. I didn't know that. +1 for you!

~Lordbob
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12 Jun 2009   #5
Paradise

Windows 7 x64, Vista Ultimate x64, XP Pro
 
 

Hm, so i wonder why i saw threads where say always say that the LPs have to go into the Windows installation DVD.
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26 Apr 2010   #6
Spartakus

dont know
 
 

I am sorry but I am having a trouble here .. I am using windows 7 Ultimate .. everything is Ok .. but when I design a logo , I need to write a slogan or smthng in the program in my language which is Arabic .. I find a weird language instead .. although I can write Arabic in texts and word documents and msn and everything .. except in programs like logo creator or Mind mapper .. dunno whats the problem ..could anyone help me ?
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