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HOW CAN I HAVE GREEK CODEPAGE 737 (NATIVE CODEPAGE 437 G) IN NT 4.0 ,ALTHOUGHT I TRY WITH MICROSOFT INDICATED SOLUTION IN KNOWLWDGE BASE TO INSTALL SERVICE PACK 3?
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YiannisVolos earned 100 total points
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To install that codepage you have to install gain your windows nt  4.0 and set the codepage to that you want or you could simply try putting this on your autoexec.bat:

mode con codepage prepare=((737) C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\ega2.cpi)
mode con codepage select=737

and these  on your config.sys
Country=030,737,C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\country.sys

Remember to backup(copy somewhere your files )before editing them...
Good Luck
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by:ANTONIS
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No change,please what keyboard greek i have to choose (e.g greek latin,greek 319...)and if i have to set default locales greek?
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