I have window ce ver6 on my device Akai mid 700 , can I install window xp on it, to be more familiar and can install different language on it because it is only works on chaineas and English languages if so how can i put its drivers can I install yahoo messenger and skype with window ce ver6 thanks is advanced
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Hi, though the language is in french you can change that into english, if you are familiar with Windows XP, please figure out the control panel menu, then inside the control panel find the icon for regional and laguage options. it has a globe icon.Tick the "language" tab menu, then the "details", and last "add" the new language.
You would need the manufacturer's device driver for Windows XP. Although it appears Windows 7 has the driver pre-built in, Windows XP does not have a lot of drivers for modern devices.
Got o Akai's website and download the drivers and install them on the Windows XP system and you should be good to go!
Changing Computer Language to English in Windows XP
you bought your computer with Windows XP in some other language set as
default, you need not worry. You can always change it using the Control
Panel. English, along with several widely used languages, is present in
almost all Windows XP installations. You only need to set it up so that
your copy of Windows XP works with English. The following steps explain how to change computer language to English in Windows XP. 1.Open Control Panel and double click on the Regional and Language Options icon. 2.In the first tab, Regional Options,
select English (US), English (UK), or any other English (there are many
versions of English pre-loaded) as per your wish. The option is
available in the first drop down list under Standards and Formats (see Fig 1). You may also click the Customize button next to the drop down to customize the format of date, time, currency etc. 3.Click on the next tab, Languages and then click the button labeled Details. In the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box, you can see all the installed languages. Select English in the list of available languages under Default Language Settings (Fig 2). 4.To create a keyboard shortcut for switching among installed languages, use the Key Settings under Preferences (Fig 3). Please note that you can also use the Language bar to switch among languages. Click OKto close the dialog box. 5.To set English as the default language for the particular user account, click on the Advanced tab of Regional and Language Options dialog box. Make sure English is being displayed in the drop down box and check the last option in the dialog box (See Fig 4). 6.Click OK to close the dialog box and logoff for the settings to take effect. Though
this is the most common method used to change the computer language to
English in Windows XP, it only changes the GUI and sometimes creates
problems with few applications such as Internet Explorer and Outlook
Express. If you are facing such problems, you can download MUI patches from MS download center. NOTE: The above method is often considered as a temporary solution when you have to use different languages. To change the computer language to English in Windows XP so that it has a system wide affect,it
is recommended that you perform a fresh install of Windows XP and
select English when prompted for language during installation. Later, you may install other languages as required.
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Purchase XP system disks, set the BIOS boot order on your notebook to DVD/CD Rom as first boot device. Place your XP disk in the DVD drive and boot. Navigate your way through the language and set up menus. There may not be drivers available anymore for XP as it is an OS no longer supported by Microsoft. There is a selection of drivers here at Hp.com
Windows CE is totally different from other Windows operating systems such as XP and Vista. It is very scaled-down, and very few software programs exist for it that I know of. Windows CE computers are more like glorified PDAs than full-fledged computers.
I have connected XP machine with Active Synch 3.1 to a wide range of E series Cassiopeias including E-15.
The installation on XP is different from all previous versions of Windows.
Without installing Active Synch you have to connect the switched on device to your PC & let XP find the device & install its own internal driver/service. Reboot the PC.
Next install Active Synch - any version which should now find your device & start the service & establish your connection.