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Installing support for non-western languages in Windows XP

  1. You do not have them if your control panel / regional and language options looks unchecked like this: xp-lost -support-for-nonwestern-foreign-languages
  2. you need your Windows XP install disk
  3. The installer is not smart enough to find the i386 folder, nor to find all files around it.
  4. xp error installing nonwestern langauges cplexe
  5. Just point the installer to the directory manually where you located the file in question. xp error installing nonwestern langauges xjis.nl_
  6. The initial directory it is lookiong for is /i386/lang. The 2nd directory it is looking for is /i386.
  7. Additional complication: files in the install source are compressed, and their filename is altered (e.g. “.ex_” instead of “.exe”). So it is “Go figure”.
  8. Hm, I could have sworn this was the first thing I did here. Are downgrades being slipstreamed? I hope I did this now for the last time. Update: No, I did not…
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