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When the files in your system are corrupted, your HP laptop would reboot automatically. When the files which are required to run the Operating System like fonts under Windows FONTS directory are been smashed then your system's Operating System will force your HP Laptops to restart continuously. Thus in such a situation you would have to change the name FONTS in the Windows directory.
This question is a bit broad, if you are looking to change the language that the keyboard types in you would go to "start" > "Control Panel" > (From this point the option itself may vary in exact name depending on your operating system) "Change Keyboard / Region Settings"
If you go under region / language you should be able to set everything to english. If however you purchased the computer in a spanish region and spanish is the primary language on the computer, you may have to upgrade your operating system to the "Ultimate" version of whatever windows you may have. From there you can install the language pack that will reset the computer to english.
run Regedit type in [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\nls] or search [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\nls]
"SystemLCID"=dword:xxxReplace xxx by language code. for english type in 437 save and reboot : should really backup your registry before tempering with it
Hi is the keyboard itsedlf Spanish or just the local set to Spanish? If its a Spanish keyboard on your laptop it could be expensive to change and certainlynot easy on a laptop, If its the locale settings under a Windows o/s then goto control panel, regional & language, and set your keyboard to English under there.
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Thats beacuse the Vista on your laptop is an OEM. That means that the store buys keys from Microsoft and install the OS with one of the keys they bough. So you wont get a cd, and if you crash your laptop you have to buy a new licens. Therefore be sure that you make a GOOD BACKUP of your system if you one day may need it.
Its very usual that you dont get a OS on a cd when you buy a computer today. Well, i have got any for the last 4-5 years on my buys.
On your laptop there is a OS key, if you ever need support from Microsoft, register your OS and that key will get you all the help you need. But fist of all..MAKE A BACKUP!
The @ is at Alt-Gr + Q now to change it to spanish you will have to reinstall a spanish operating system. If its a new laptop, with a legal operating system, then i would try to trade it with the manufacturer.