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clarify please. dont have a clue what you did, or need to do. who do you use for internet, are you plugged in or wireless. if wireless make sure its on, usually a tiny switch or a combo of FN key and another key that looks like wireless being sent.
I'll just give a try on this.
First I think the concept is that IBM works check the regional settinge in your windows and try to be smart to get the same language as the setup.So I think your regional setting is set to some other language that is not in English.Follow this step to check
1.Click Start-->setting--Control Panel
2.Click on Regional and Language...
3. Under Regional Options Tab...under Location...check to see that your location is set to your place.You can even change manually and select as United States.
**I think this will solve your problem...If not so then you have to see IBM work program that they do have any setup.