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I hate to say it, but I don't think you can, as it states in the owner's manual of the c5500, "the menu indicators are given in english only" and "since the menu is likely to change based on destination or for other reason, it is not disclosed to the end user".
I'm thinking you may have a machine that was destined for a spanish speaking person or area.
You need to take the drivers back out and put them back in and make sure it goes in English. If this does not work you are going to have to find some that speaks Spanish to change it to English in the settings.
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The guide is not particularly clear on an exact structure for the menu, so unless you can find someone who actually owns one (or if you speak to the manufacturer) you will not get a step by step.
basically you have 3 options
1, get taiwanese guy to reset the language option, (or anyone who can read japenese)
2 explore the menu, yourself looking for the option which has different languages as settings(ie the options are not all in japenese)
3 contact manufacturer for factory reset (as restore defaults will not change the language settings)