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Change language of  Windows media player 9

Posted on 2004-04-15
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Hi all,

on one computer I got Italian Windows Media Player 9. The computer is a Swedish XP Home. How can I change the language of the Mediaplayer?

regards,

henrik
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Hi henrikatwork,

 Download WMP for the language of your choice and choose Reinstall All mode, installing it on top of your existing install. You may need to update the desktop shortcut yourself, but everything else should be fixed. If this still does not fix your problem, find "wmploc.dll" on your system, rename that (to "wmploc.bak" or something similar), and then again reinstall WMP in Reinstall All mode.
http://www.nwlink.com/~zachd/pss/pss.html


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