Windows XP Professional - Installing East Asian Languages


S

Sean

I'm running Windows XP Professional Edition and I am trying to install East
Asian language files on my computer. The problem is that once I reach the
point of selecting "Install files for East Asian languages" in "Regional and
Language Options" and hitting "Apply/OK" I get a dialog box that asks for the
Windows XP Professional Edition CD-ROM which I don't have because it was
already installed when I bought the computer from the retailer....all I have
is a sticker which I believe is my certificate of authenticity...So, what am
I supposed to do?? (The reason I need the "East Asian Language files" is for
a game called; Lunia... So if anyone could point me in the direction of
downloading these files online that would be a great help.
 
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nass

Sean said:
I'm running Windows XP Professional Edition and I am trying to install East
Asian language files on my computer. The problem is that once I reach the
point of selecting "Install files for East Asian languages" in "Regional and
Language Options" and hitting "Apply/OK" I get a dialog box that asks for the
Windows XP Professional Edition CD-ROM which I don't have because it was
already installed when I bought the computer from the retailer....all I have
is a sticker which I believe is my certificate of authenticity...So, what am
I supposed to do?? (The reason I need the "East Asian Language files" is for
a game called; Lunia... So if anyone could point me in the direction of
downloading these files online that would be a great help.

If you know what type of Installation your system is (meaning is it OEM or
Full retail version of the OS!) you can borrow a CD exact version as your
Operating system and run the installation from it.
http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/2/e/62e61f10-e106-4f4c-a862-63eec2b41efb/readme.htm
How to determine which version of the Office XP Multilingual User Interface
Pack is installed
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329838
HTH.
nass
 

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