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Running Foreign (non-english) programs on vista


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kh1000

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I'm just wondering if the English version of Vista can support non-english programs. I have a South Korean cell phone and it came with a program to transfer and sync things with my pc. I was able to install the program but the text is all garbled. It also doens't recognize the cell phone when I connect it.The microsoft website didn't seem to have any drivers that could help. Would I need to use the Korean version of Vista. The version I use is Home Premium 32-bit.
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Now, you may have already tried this, and I don't even know if it will work, but have you tried installing the Korean Language pack off Windows Update? It's listed as an optional update for me (Vista Ultimate).

There's no way that it would solve the detection issues, but it might help out the issues you are having with the grabbled text.

Just my (probably useless) two cents. :)

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I have the language pack already. The software is still garbled.
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