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Hi, I couldn't find the solution on the net so I'm trying my luck here.

I've been having trouble with the language bar.
I can type all other languages (korean, japanese) but traditional chinese.

Normally when I press the space bar after typing, I will get a list of character to choose from.
Recently when I type in the phonetics, it just remain there. It wouldn't change even as I press the space bar. It wouldn't input any character either.

You can see from this image:

The only way to get rid of the input is to change the language back to English.
I tried removing and adding the language again but it wouldn't work.

In addition, whenever I try to type traditional chinese in WMP, I get this error message.

AppName: wmplayer.exe AppVer: 11.0.5721.5145 ModName: tintlgnt.ime
ModVer: Offset: 0000ea29

And when I click debug, this error message shows up.
An unhandled win32 exception occurred in wmplayer.exe

Can anyone help me out with this? :)

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