East Asian Language Support

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East Asian Language Support

Postby QXNpYWdlZWs » Fri, 10 Dec 2004 18:49:17 GMT

I am trying to install the languages Japanese and Chinese (Mandarin) to write 
and read onto XPpro US version. The XP disc came with the pc (Dell) but can't 
install the files. I have Office XP but that apparently doesn't have the 
latest version of IME according to some posts... correct me if i am wrong.

Here's what i have done below:
Regional and Language options | Languages | Supplement Language Support.
Having trouble installing "Install files for East Asian Languages". I ticked 
the box and I was prompted to click OK or apply. XP searched for my XP disc 
and I inserted it into the cdrom. XP tried to copy the files such as 
"...i386/lang/imjpst.dic" but an error came up:

ERROR: Windows could not copy the appropiate files.

I've tried to reboot and still nothing. Now what? Can I download the files 
or something? Need these files for uni...

Help please.

East Asian Language support

Postby QWxiZXJ0IEhhbGw » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:00:02 GMT

I wish to install the east asian language support files but my windows xp 
disk is faulty. Is it possible to download the files on-line from microsoft? 
I have searched microsoft's download sections without success.

Re: East Asian Language support

Postby Carey Frisch [MVP] » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:51:11 GMT

The necessary files are on the Windows XP CD.
There is no download available.

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| I wish to install the east asian language support files but my windows xp 
| disk is faulty. Is it possible to download the files on-line from microsoft? 
| I have searched microsoft's download sections without success.

East Asian Language Support

Postby » Mon, 08 Jan 2007 01:32:22 GMT

I'm unable to add East Asian language support (for Chinese, Japanese,
and Korean languages), because it seems like my Windows XP disc doesn't
have the needed file(s). More detailed info:

I have tried re-installing Windows XP SP2, but during the installation,
I see the option "Install files for East Asian languages" disabled
(greyed).

I have also tried to add the East Asian language support after the
Windows installation from "Control Panel" -> "Regional and Language
Options" -> "Languages" -> "Install files for East Asian Languages",
but Windows tells me:

"Files Needed"
"Some files on Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD are needed."
"Insert Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD into the drive
selected below, and then click OK."
"Copy files from:"
"D:\i386\lang" "Browse..."

And if I try another location I found, which is

D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG

Windows tells me:

"Files Needed"
"Some files on Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM are needed."
"Insert Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM into the drive selected below,
and then click OK."
"Copy files from:"
"D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG" "Browse..."

And if I click "OK", nothing gets installed.

I have Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L7310GW (with Intel Celeron M 370 1.5 GHz
processor, 512 MB RAM, 60 MB hard disc). I'm using the "Fujitsu Siemens
Product Recovery DVD: Windows XP Home Edition-SP2: Multilanguage"
(FSP:RDVDWXPHMUL01310600649118, CRC:F24A1294) disc.


Re: East Asian Language Support

Postby DandyDon » Mon, 08 Jan 2007 14:49:22 GMT

Multi language support is not available in XP Home edition. It is only 
available in XP Professional. Read here-
 http://www.**--****.com/ 
See Advanced or Power User features.(scroll down the page).





>> I'm unable to add East Asian language support (for Chinese, Japanese,
>> and Korean languages), because it seems like my Windows XP disc doesn't
>> have the needed file(s). More detailed info:
>>
>> I have tried re-installing Windows XP SP2, but during the installation,
>> I see the option "Install files for East Asian languages" disabled
>> (greyed).
>>
>> I have also tried to add the East Asian language support after the
>> Windows installation from "Control Panel" >> "Regional and Language
>> Options" >> "Languages" >> "Install files for East Asian Languages",
>> but Windows tells me:
>>
>> "Files Needed"
>> "Some files on Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD are needed."
>> "Insert Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD into the drive
>> selected below, and then click OK."
>> "Copy files from:"
>> "D:\i386\lang" "Browse..."
>>
>> And if I try another location I found, which is
>>
>> D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG
>>
>> Windows tells me:
>>
>> "Files Needed"
>> "Some files on Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM are needed."
>> "Insert Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM into the drive selected below,
>> and then click OK."
>> "Copy files from:"
>> "D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG" "Browse..."
>>
>> And if I click "OK", nothing gets installed.
>>
>> I have Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L7310GW (with Intel Celeron M 370 1.5 GHz
>> processor, 512 MB RAM, 60 MB hard disc). I'm using the "Fujitsu Siemens
>> Product Recovery DVD: Windows XP Home Edition-SP2: Multilanguage"
>> (FSP:RDVDWXPHMUL01310600649118, CRC:F24A1294) disc.
>> 



Re: East Asian Language Support

Postby » Mon, 08 Jan 2007 15:54:39 GMT

I'm not talking about language interfaces for East Asian languages, I'm
talking about language support i.e. how to see documents that use East
Asian languages.






>>>> I'm unable to add East Asian language support (for Chinese, Japanese,
>>>> and Korean languages), because it seems like my Windows XP disc doesn't
>>>> have the needed file(s). More detailed info:
>>>>
>>>> I have tried re-installing Windows XP SP2, but during the installation,
>>>> I see the option "Install files for East Asian languages" disabled
>>>> (greyed).
>>>>
>>>> I have also tried to add the East Asian language support after the
>>>> Windows installation from "Control Panel" >> "Regional and Language
>>>> Options" >> "Languages" >> "Install files for East Asian Languages",
>>>> but Windows tells me:
>>>>
>>>> "Files Needed"
>>>> "Some files on Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD are needed."
>>>> "Insert Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 CD into the drive
>>>> selected below, and then click OK."
>>>> "Copy files from:"
>>>> "D:\i386\lang" "Browse..."
>>>>
>>>> And if I try another location I found, which is
>>>>
>>>> D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG
>>>>
>>>> Windows tells me:
>>>>
>>>> "Files Needed"
>>>> "Some files on Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM are needed."
>>>> "Insert Windows XP Home Edition CD-ROM into the drive selected below,
>>>> and then click OK."
>>>> "Copy files from:"
>>>> "D:\OS\FIN\I386\LANG" "Browse..."
>>>>
>>>> And if I click "OK", nothing gets installed.
>>>>
>>>> I have Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L7310GW (with Intel Celeron M 370 1.5 GHz
>>>> processor, 512 MB RAM, 60 MB hard disc). I'm using the "Fujitsu Siemens
>>>> Product Recovery DVD: Windows XP Home Edition-SP2: Multilanguage"
>>>> (FSP:RDVDWXPHMUL01310600649118, CRC:F24A1294) disc.
>>>>


Re: East Asian Language Support

Postby aky » Thu, 19 Apr 2007 12:32:31 GMT

:redface:  Hi I run into the same problem too =   File "i386\lang"
missing

After I reformat my computer, and reinstall all the program, i cannot
read Chinese on my computer....   

I put in a Microsoft Home Edition disk, to install "i386\lang"  but
does not 'find it', after i press OK.

Please help me, much appreciate it.    

Amy 

-----------------------------
I went to the Microsoft webpage, and i was under the impression that i
can download the file "i386\lang"

b/c I read this link:

'Windows XP Resource Kit: Automating and Customizing Installations'
( http://www.**--****.com/ )  
It is also part of the new Deploy.cab file available from the Microsoft
Download Center at http ... Also, make sure the C:\Sysprep\i386\Lang
folder contains the files in the \i386\Lang folder on the ...
'Microsoft TechNet Enhanced Search' ( http://www.**--****.com/ )

but then i was redirect to download

*Windows XP Service Pack 2 Deployment Tools*

and now i fear that i may mess up my computer.  

Thanks !!!!!   :rolleyes: 

Amy's Computer
XP Home Edition 
Version 2000
Service Pack 1

Compaq Laptop.


-- 
aky

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