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Volume icon name is in German


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We have gotten a new pc and the language settings are in English, but if the tool till for the volume icon on the taskbar is in German. There was a couple of other things that were in German, but I cannot remember them,


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I think the OS could be pirated. Or worse, it could be corrupted or even infected by malware.


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Good news!


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Any work around/fix on this?


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Showing hidden system files highlights a german documents and settings folder and also a programme one in edition to the english versions. Delete?


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maddog10,

 

Where did you buy this PC ? Did it come with OS ? What Audio software and drivers are on PC ? Make and model ?

Would not delete anything as of yet.


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Actually reckon its ok. It was bought from Germany and I think the sound card is mostly german.


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Was it bought new? Or used but new to you?


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Actually reckon its ok. It was bought from Germany and I think the sound card is mostly german.

Well makes sense why it's in german too. Look for settings in Sound card.If you already made changes in control panel under Language.


Edited by jds63, 17 November 2014 - 08:16 PM.

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