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Windows 7: upon restoring missing language bar chinese self-added can't b removed


01 Oct 2013   #1

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upon restoring missing language bar chinese self-added can't b removed

This is not the first time this has happened to me. My language bar disappears, and when I succeed in restoring it, Chinese has self-added and appears in the taskbar icon list, alongside the 3 languages I use. However, when I right click on the language-bar language icon and choose "Settings", only the three languages I use are on the list found under the "General" tab. Chinese is not there as an added language.

I tried "add"ing Chinese (my computer chose the "Traditional, Taiwan" version) to the list, so that I could then remove it, but since I don't know which keyboard my computer chose for me, that didn't help. I'd like to add that I am nowhere near China, so it's not that my computer is misreading my location and randomly adding the local language.

I can't remember how i've gotten rid of this language before. Help would be appreciated!

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