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I'm confused, you INSTALLED Windows 7 in spanish? Or are you refering to the language settings in Control Panel>Region and Language to English? Go to Control Panel> Region and Language> Formats> change Language.
Start > Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region > Regional and Language Options.
Once in the Regional and Language Options, click the Keyboards and Languages
tab. If you see a drop down list of languages, see if it is set to
English. If not, set to English. However, if you do not have this list
there, you may need to install it.
Direct from the guys at nintendo:
Nintendo DSi & Nintendo DSi XL - Settings - Language
You will be asked which language (English, French, Spanish) to use during the first time setup of the system, but the language setting can also be done through the system settings. How to change the language:
On the Nintendo DSi Menu, use the stylus to select the Settings ("wrench") icon.
Select the right arrow thee times to go to page 4, then select "Language."
Select from the options options on the screen:
Select OK (the bottom-right button) to confirm and return to the System Settings.
Login to your gmail account. On the right side you should see your e-mail address up top next to that is "Settings" (or whatever in spanish. Select that and on the first tab the first thing it shows you is language. Click the dropdown and change back to english.
That's funny. Guess you need to brush up on your Spanish! Here's how to fix assuming you have a 260 or 260w:
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This may be a result of a previous software
version on a device or possibly some one changing the settings. If a device
does power on with a foreign language that you can not understand it can be
corrected by going through the settings to change the text language. To change the text language:
Touch Wrench icon
on the screen with the Magnifying Glass and Map icon
Touch the Gears
Touch the down arrow
Touch the second
option from the top1
Touch the middle blue
box on right
Touch the up arrow
until American English appears2
The device should be in selected text language. Note 1 - In some cases, if there are Custom POIs
loaded to the device then it may be the first option at the top. Note 2 - If American English is not the language
needed, please selected the desired language