Windows XP Professional - Installing East Asian Languages
I am trying to Install East Asian Language files on my computer, my computer is running on Windows XP Professional Edition. Whenever I reach to the point of selection of "Install files for East Asian languages" in "Regional and Language Options" and hitting "Apply/OK". All the time I am getting a dialog box its keeping on asking to insert Windows XP CD ROM, I don't have the CD because I was pre installed when I have purchased the machine from the retailer. As far as I know I have all the sticker on the machine, which I believe is my certificate of authenticity. Can you please what I am supposed to do now? I require the East Asian Language files is for a game called Lunia. Anybody over here can point in the direction of downloading these files online?
RE: Windows XP Professional - Installing East Asian Languages
Well can you please tell me the OEM version of your Windows XP Professional. Please do you have full retail version of the OS? You also buy the exact version of the OS and run the installation from it. Please check the below link for more help.
How to determine which version of the Office XP Multilingual User Interface Pack is installed
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