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I used the US version of Windows 98 from the very beginning. In the mean the dutch localized version is available. How do I switch to that version> I do not want to re-install all my software.....
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You cant do it,without reinstalling the software,because the dll and exe files are translated by the authorized microsoft dealer in each country.

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If I understand you right the only thing I must is: run the Setup of the dutch Windows98 as if it was an upgrade.
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Yeap.
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