|29 Mar 2012||#1|
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Some installers use Korean language instead of my regional settings++
Hi, I have a annoying problem with my Windows:
First, some multi language installers are using the Korean language and even installs the software in that language. All regional settings are for germany (language, keyboard etc.). My windows language is English
Second, in some programs (most notably the installers) all backlashes '\' are displayed with the korean won '₩', even the cmd console. The strangest thing is, my skype cannot display any Korean characters in the chat log. They are correctly displayed when I type them, but as soon as I press enter they are displayed with squares (I believe it has something to do with the fonts).
I gradually discovered this after having used my Windows installation for a while, and I would hate to reinstall windows now because of it. I do not know what I installed/did to make this underlying change to my Windows 7. Is it anything I can do to reverse this?
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