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I have a compue ibm thinckpad and its in japanes or chinese idk but i want 2 change it 2 inglish so how can i do that

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You have to go to your bios settings , theres a language option available there, you press F2 or del button in your keypad before windows start up upon turning on the computer hope this help you out

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