October 19, 2006 | Mark Paradies

Tech Support Thursday – Foreign Language TapRooT Software Troubleshooting

Wilkommen.  Terve.  Welkom.  Benvenuto.  Bienvenida.  Welcome!

Hello again everyone, nice to see you’re back for another edition of Tech Support Thursday.  This weeks edition is geared towards helping our users in foreign countries with installation of the TapRooT software.  So, if you are located outside of the United States, or know someone who is, read on.

For the past few weeks, we have been getting alot of calls and emails from our overseas friends who are having trouble getting the software installed on their non-english PC’s. 

First off, we need to change your language and your regional settings.  This only takes a few moments.

Go to your Control Panel, and double click on the Regional and Language Options icon.



This will open up another smaller window, wher you can see your settings.  If you are outside the US, then chances are yours will have your native language listed.  Verify that the location you have selected is United States.  If it isn’t, choose it from the dropdown menu.


To add english, click on the Languages tab, then select Details.  This brings up the Text Services and Input Languages window.

  Add language

Click “Add” to add English as a language.  You will use english when you install the software.  Click Apply, or OK. 

Now, you are all set to begin installation of the software.

Thanks for reading, see you next week!

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