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Dsennette's instructions worked for me on Win XP. Had a whole list of foreign languages under Regional and Language Options in Control Panel.
do start > settings > control panel > then you should see a regional and language settings (looks like a globe) open that...then i believe you need the second tab on that window (sorry i'm on 2000 at home)...and make sure both boxes on that screen say english..then you'll need to restart and everything should be readable...then go back to that screen and make sure everything there says english
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