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Windows 7: program crash while using japanese input

02 Aug 2010   #1
adisan1981

windows 7 ultimate 64bit
 
 
program crash while using japanese input

Hi,

I am using Win7 Ultimate 64bit and I'm confronting a quite annoying problem while trying to use the Japanese input.
This is what happens: I switch on the Japanese input from the language bar, then I select the hiragana alphabet. It seems to be working properly if I use only hiragana pressing Enter after each word. But if I try to use kanji, after pressing Space, when I try to select the one I need from the scroll menu that shows up, the program I am working in freezes saying it's not responding. The program can be closed at the 3rd click showing that window with "Check for a solution and close the program/Close the program/Wait for the program to respond" and at the details it has a "Problem Event Name: AppHangB1".
This happened to me while working in Microsoft Office, Mozilla Firefox, and even in Notepad or Yahoo messenger. Though, it seems to be ok in Internet Explorer.

I tried to reinstall the the Japanese language, but nothing changed.
Is there any solution? I really don't want to reinstall the system just for that.
Thanks!


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10 Nov 2010   #2
gunboatD

windows 7 home premium
 
 
i'm having the same problem

in the last few days, my wife has been having the same problem when typing in japanese. it happens when you use the spacebar to navigate a set of kanji choices. it is a HUGE pain in the rear since she only types in japanese. i've tried searching for this problem, but your post here on SevenForums is the only thing that pops up.

i'll return here to see if anyone posts some advice.
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