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Apr 19, · If you have Windows XP installation disc, you can install the East Asian Language Pack by loading the disc. However, if the disc is not available, here is a third party website which provides the file. Aug 26, · > of red ink now, but I do need the East Asian language > files. > > Thank you for your help, > > Jordan Van Voast >>Original Message>>Hi Jordan, >> >>In order to install a language pack (the east-asian > language pack in your case), you need the original > Windows XP CD. >>Your computer should have come with a Windows XP CD. >> >>-- >> >>Anando. Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) allows you to easily install East Asian languages without using the Windows XP CD. East Asian languages include Chinese, Japanese and Korean and require MB of available hard disk space on your computer. You should have administrator privileges on the computer on which you.
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