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ie8 does not show chinese translations

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi,

I have a Chinese user who uses google translater. however, she cannot see the chinese characters. I have did few basics troubleshoot but did not work. I have ei7 on my PC and works fine. any help would be appriciated
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Hello,

You have to enable the support for east asian languages. This can be enabled at the regional settings in the control panel.

Good Luck.
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Are Chinese fonts installed?
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I had to use win XP CD to install required package from the CD
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