Yesterday my neighbour came in panic. My son had installed some games for his children and now the PC did not start properly but gave some seemingly italian message. When I came to the rescue I made up from the message (indeed italian) tah there was still a diskette in the drive. The now Italian message stood apparently for the normal message "diskette is not bootable, remove it and press a key" (or whatever it says). I found out that my son had used a diskette that I got from an Italian company I'm delaing with. Now I wonder how and where is the information stored that the language is Italian? On the diskette? Is that accessible or only through reformatting?