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Default language installation error with Nvidia driver 61.77 installation.

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Bob Bobsen, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. Bob Bobsen

    Bob Bobsen Guest

    Hi all,
    Had a rather irritating problem with my recent Video card upgrade and
    new driver installation. I hope some one can help. I an running a
    WinXP Pro SP2 (English) with a new Asus V9999 card and after d/l'ing
    the new 61.77 drivers (in English, not the international version), I
    installed them without any problems and when I restarted and went into
    the Nvidia settings everything was in Danish! First, I should explain
    I am an American living in Denmark, with a Danish keyboard, but all my
    programs are in English. I tried reinstalling but with the same
    results. Is there any tricks to getting it to install and display in
    Thanks in advance,
    Bob Bobsen, Sep 24, 2004
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  2. Bob Bobsen

    CapFusion Guest

    You can try setting your Windows to United States as the regiion / location
    eventhough you physically locate else where.
    Regional and Language option should be in Control panel.
    You also can set up English and Denish.

    CapFusion, Sep 24, 2004
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  3. Bob Bobsen

    Bob Bobsen Guest

    Ok. Should I completly un install and then re install the drivers or
    just copy over them?
    Thanks in advace,
    Bob Bobsen, Sep 24, 2004
  4. Bob Bobsen

    CapFusion Guest

    Normal procedure is to uninstall then install something new / update.
    For other or should I say more experience user, will install over the
    previous driver. When problem come, this type of user should know howto get
    themself out of this problem without any help / suggestion from other.<wrink
    / wrink>

    CapFusion, Sep 24, 2004
  5. Bob Bobsen

    Bob Bobsen Guest

    Bob Bobsen, Sep 25, 2004
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