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Hi Fernando..Yes your TV can support Spanish language.It is easy to change your menu language to Spanish.Please follow these steps to change into Spanish. 1)Press the menu button using your remote. 2)Wait for the menu to be displayed.Once the menu is displayed click the language menu from the display. 3)You can find all the languages listed on the menu. 4)Select and Press OK to activate your language. 5)Press Enter and Exit.
The problem is not the disc itself but your DVD player. If other discs still play in English, and it is just this one disc that plays in Spanish, then your player is using some sort of stored setting to recognize your preference for spanish on that particular disc.
Forgive me if you've already done this, but try turning unplugging the DVD player for a period of ten seconds or so, and then plug it back in. If there is a reset button, press it. See if the disc still plays in Spanish after that.
If so, you may need to navigate the DVD menu of the offending CD to turn off the language setting your daughter selected. If you don't speak Spanish, try navigating to the language settings on one of the other discs with the English menus. Memorize how you got there, and take the same path through the Spanish language menu. Return the language setting to English, and exit.
Hope this helps.
Assuming you run Windows based OS. Go to Control Panel and select Region and Language. Set up what you want if the language is installed otherwise you will have to use either your Windows Disc or go online to Microsoft.com Hope that helps.
It depends a bit on your installation but you should be able to do this. First install the language if you need to. (Win7 Ultimate and Enterprise allow for Multiuser User Interface Pack; All other versions use Language Interface Pack and you must install the Parent language. Microsoft.com and search for the appropriate pack.) The LIP doesn't translate everything. Then in the Control Panel, click Clock, Region and Language. Then click Region and Language, the Keyboard tab will let you change the keyboard language and the Administrative tab will let you change the System Locale. Once you install the additional language, you'll also see a tab for Display Language. Set this to Spanish. Hot keys are also available for switching on the fly once the language is installed. The Welcome Screen will get a Keyboard Layout button when more than one language is installed to switch languages then. (This can be locked for some users so see the Windows Help to find more information. It's still in the Region and Language section.)
If you only want the Spanish, consider reinstalling the OS with an international (or whatever MS calls it) version of the OS.
You can select either “English” or “Spanish” as the display language. The factory
preset is “English”.
• If you select a language you cannot read, change the display language again
1 Press [MENU].
2 Scroll to “Initial setting” by pressing [up]
or [down], then press Select.
3 Scroll to “Change language” by pressing [up]
or [down], then press Select.
4 To change from English to Spanish, press
To change from Spanish to English, press
• The display changes to the selected language.
• You can also select a language by pressing [up] or
5 When Spanish is selected, press Salvar, then press [OFF].
When English is selected, press Save, then press [OFF].