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Go to the Start Menu (you can press the Windows icon on the keyboard to bring it up) and then go to the Control Panel (Icon is a clip-board with a piece of paper with a check mark and a pencil). The "Regional and Language Options" has a icon that looks like a globe (in a stand). Go to the "Advanced" tab which is the last tab and use to pull down menu and try to find the English (there are many types of English so you have a decent chance of changing the language to English and then the English for your country).
Please note that you will need the installation disk for windows and to restart the computer to change the language.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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