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IE6 in English versus French

by rebecca777777 / November 20, 2004 9:23 AM PST

Greetings!

When I upgraded IE6 with Service Pack 2, Microsoft automatically installed an interface in French, as I bought my laptop in France.

I would like to go back to English (previously, I had Yahoo's customization of IE in English). Along the way, if I could get all XP interfaces in English, it would be great. I have tried several things, including attempting to cancel SP2, but nothing has worked out.

I cannot even change browser, as Yahoo toolbar does not work with other browsers.

Could any of you sort this out? I would appreciate.

Best,
Rebecca

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Re: IE6 in English versus French
by timwerx / November 20, 2004 12:08 PM PST

Have you tried System Restore? That should back you out of SP2 and put everything back how it was. But, of course, you'll have SP2 no longer.

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Re: IE6 in English versus French
by ljtucson / November 25, 2004 9:01 AM PST

Rebecca,
I am trying to help a friend out who spends summers in France and bought a laptop there. Now, he wants to use it here for the winter. We connected to the internet using his broadband connection but is not able to bring up US websites, just the ones in France. Do you have any insight to what we have to change for the computer to work here? I'm clueless and am struggling with a language barrier too. Loretta

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Just a little humor... :)
by glenn30 / November 26, 2004 3:29 AM PST

Maybe a check with Jacque Chirac will disclose a block (veto). My apology for the twisted humor. Wink

Good luck to you... hope you find a way. Surely one is out there.

Glenn

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