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Vista Language Pack BSOD


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paulwk

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I just let Vista install some updates, and I came back to be greeted by a blue screen, saying the error was "Windows did not find any installed, licensed language packs for the system default UI language" But the thing is that I put recommended updates, and it's already in English so why would Vista install extra language packs? Is there a way to fix this? It says to put in my Vista CD and select "repair", but I only have restore CDs and I don't see an option to "repair." I can't even get in through safe mode or last working configuration, it still says the error. I really don't wanna wipe the HDD clean, is there a way to fix this? Would getting a regular copy of Vista let me repair it?
This is Vista Home Premium SP1, btw.
Thanks guys
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