I have a Toshiba genio e550g with the PocketPC 2002 OS in english and I'd like it in spanish. Since there are a couple of ways to change the rom of the genio series, and the same OS has been translated to spanish (e.g. for the e740), I know that it is possible.
Where can I download (or purchase) a spanish version of the rom for my e550g?
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Re: Spanish rom for e550g
I've checked th spanish Toshiba HP, but it is not availble!
I think the best way is to call the Toshiba Hotline or a Toshiba Service Partner!
As far as I know the PocketPC 2002 OS is OEM and licenced Software, so I think you have to pay for it!
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To change the language from Spanish to English, visit System Preferences / International / Language. If English is not the language at the top of the list, drag it to the top of the list. Then click the Input Menu tab and make sure that only "US English" is checked.
Sorry if you already knew that, but I have no way of knowing what you know or what you already did.
If this doesn't work, go to System Preferences / Accounts and create a new temporary user. Log out and then log in as that user. If that account comes up in Spanish, set it to English. If it goes back to Spanish, you probably ought to reinstall your OS, using Archive and Install. If the new user stays in English, you have some problems with the individual account settings in your main account. I suspect some preference file, such as ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.systempreferences.plist, is corrupt and should be deleted (warning: deleting this file will set a lot of your user preferences back to system default). You can use the freeware application Preferential Treatment to find obviously damaged preferences, but it will not find all types of damage.