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I had the same problem with a Samsung NC10 I bought in Korea. When you set up your NC145 you will
be asked (in Korean) if want to partition the HDD. Click ?? : you'll see an interactive sliding widget so
it's easy to understand. C this much and D that much. I installed English language Windows XP on D
using the disks from my broken Dell laptop. Then I used the the Samsung Media disk which magically
changed to English as I installed the nice Samsung things over the Dell installation. So you end up with an
English and a Korean version of a Samsung interface: one for you and one for your Korean girlfriend (you
won't know where she's been and she won't know where you've been - great). Of course if you are a rogue
you can install a pirated copy of Windows and that will also work - but you will burn in hell (standing on
the shoulders of that Archbishop who thought that XP stood for Chi-Rho).
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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