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Is the LifeDrive multilingual??? I'm taking Spanish, and want to make my LD's language Spanish. I'm Drive Moding everything on HDD now to my computer, and will sync. But I dont remember if that dday I turned it on in June, there was a screen for me to choose my language....

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Palms sold in Europe are mulitilingual. The ones sold in the U.S. are not.

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