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Language Problem i have this problem when i install a game tha is in other language for ex. russian the text on the menu is encoded like this y5juhofnofpij, what can i do to fix this? pls help

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You need to load the relevant language pack from microsoft ( assuming youre using XP or vista )...

not that it will help much unless you can read the russian in the end :)

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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Click the Location list, and then select your location
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