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Installation of Language Interface Pack

My laptop has Windows Vista Ultimate x64 as its operating system. I wanted to install Hindi Language Interface Pack and so downloaded the LIP from microsoft downloads. As per the given instructions, i clicked on the pack to install it. The Microsoft Language Installer runs and asks me to point the folder where the language pack is available. I browse and point to the folder of the mlc pack but it says no language packs found. Please guide me in this regard.

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Hello
I think you need to unpack the file before you can install it.
go to that folder you downloaded the file and try to unpack the file with winzip or winrar.
then set the new unpacked location for your microsoft language installer.

good luck

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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