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Make Vista English display Korean Characters


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I'm not sure this is the right place to put the topic. If not, I'd appreciate it if it was moved. Thanks!

Hi,

I recently installed a Korean game named Special Force from pmang.

Unfortunately the Korean text does not display correctly (example below).

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Is there some way that I can make it viewed the way it was meant to be viewed?

Thanks.

Edited by aznjockboiX, 25 July 2008 - 12:50 PM.

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Go to Windows update and download the Korrean Laungage pack, that might solve your problem

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Go to Windows update and download the Korrean Laungage pack, that might solve your problem

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Hmm, do you have a link? It seems as if the update is for Office XP.

Thanks, though!
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You have vista right?

Go to control pannel, then under the security heading selct check for updates.

It will say windows is up to date but there may be something like 40 optional upddates, so click view avalible updates.

Scroll throught the list till yuo find korean launga pack and tick the box, then click downlaod or install at the bottom


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You have vista right?

Go to control pannel, then under the security heading selct check for updates.

It will say windows is up to date but there may be something like 40 optional upddates, so click view avalible updates.

Scroll throught the list till yuo find korean launga pack and tick the box, then click downlaod or install at the bottom


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I don't see it, sorry.

Thanks for trying to help though :)
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ahh it okay lol

hope you get it wokrking
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ahh it okay lol

hope you get it wokrking


Thanks.

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Stop bumping your thread, it's rude and won't get you help faster.

Did you try and look through the updates, google "install korean language pack vista"

Edited by Mike, 29 July 2008 - 01:09 PM.

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