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Windows 7 autounattend.xml

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Hello Experts,
I'm trying to make a Windows 7 autounattend.xml file, been using the SIM in the WAIK package. It does almost everything I expect but always stops during installation on a screen asking for Language to install, Time and Currency format and keyboard or input method. The language always shows as English and the other two as United States.
My autounattend file is attached, at the moment I'm using the country code 0809:00000809 for the input locale, I've also tried using en-GB and it was just the same.
Once past this screen, the whole thing works well, even though the skipautoactivation setting is shown as deprecated in the System Image Manager.
Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong please?
Thanks
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I've found the solution myself, the UI language has to be en-US not en-GB, it works fine now
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