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Chinese/Japanese/Korean on upper ("blue colored") bar

Postby QXZpZGFu » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 18:44:02 GMT

Since a few days, without me downloading/changing ANYTHING, the UTMOST TOP 
bar (no one at either Dell and Microsoft support lines could tell me the name 
- it's the bar which says "Microsoft Internet Explorer"), suddenly changed 
into Chinese/Japanese/Korean (sorry, I'm not familiar with any of these 
languages...), and so far no one could help me get it back to latin letters! 
(The language at the bottom task bar states "DE" for German, and EVERYTHING 
ELSE is further in German). Thanks.  

RE: Chinese/Japanese/Korean on upper ("blue colored") bar

Postby b2JlaGVyZQ » Wed, 29 Mar 2006 07:39:16 GMT

I, too am having similar problems except mine has to do with the search 
frame. When I open it up it also contains chinese? characters. I have also 
noticed the same problem on other computers here at work.

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