Re: Installing files for East Asian Languages without CD-ROM
Forrest H. wrote:
> Alright, I'm hoping someone can help me out with this seeing as I've looked
> near everywhere and haven't found a solution...
> I'm running Windows XP Home Edition and am trying to install East Asian
> language files on my computer. The problem is that once I reach the point of
> selecting "Install files for East Asian languages" in "Regional and Language
> Options" and hitting "Apply/OK" I get a dialog box that asks for the Windows
> XP Home Edition CD-ROM which I don't have because it was already installed
> when I bought the computer from the retailer....all I have is a sticker which
> I believe is my certificate of authenticity...So, what am I supposed to do??
> Thanks in advance for any help
> Forrest H.
If you click OK when prompted for the CD, can you then browse to the
C:\Windows\i386 folder? If so, the needed files may be there.