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I had to reinstall Windows 2000.

After reinstallation the default "Language settings for the system" in the "Regional Setings" was changed from "Hebrew" to "Western Europe and United states" This line is gray.

How can I change it back to Hebrew as the system default language.


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Go to the control panel, Regional and Language Options, double click, regional options button has a drop down to select the one you want. There is also an advanced tab that has selections on it. :tazz:
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