When you try to install files for East Asian languages, you are asked for a Windows XP installation disk. These days, Windows comes pre-installed, so few people have a real Windows XP disk. I bought two Thinkpad laptops with Windows XP in and
If you like to use Firefox to surf the web and who doesn't? No, the author was not confused when he wrote it. Your computer just doesn't know how to deal with east Asian alphabets.
Click on the one labeled "Languages". Click the checkbox on for "Install files for East Asian languages". After these files have installed click the "Details" button and move to Step 3 explained on this page.
This conversation is currently closed to new comments. It arrived, like, days later. I'd send it to you, gratis, but I'm keeping it just in case my W7 goes south.
I also made a Windows Vista here. In other words this allows you to add Chinese, Korean, Japanese, ect characters to Windows XP so that you can read and write in those characters. Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
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Windows XP includes five Chinese fonts and several other Asian font sets as well. All you need to do is tell XP to use them. If after completing the following instructions you still have problems displaying Chinese in some but not all programs or web pages, see my FAQ on changing the default language for non-Unicode programs and web pages. Some Web pages have special self-rendering fonts that require no special setup to be viewed on your system, but in general if you do not have East Asian languages activated you will not be able to view CJK documents.
Thank you for posting your question in Microsoft Community. From the problem description, it seems that you want to know how to install East Asian language pack on your computer. I can imagine the inconvenience you have experienced.