|To OtheHill - i am sorry, no insult intended|
I repeat again, what i replied to OtheHill
What you are reading on the link from Microsoft's website is install other languages for document support, so you can write documents in other languages. It doesn't do anything else. You can get different keyboard layouts, so you can write in other languages.
I actually knew this without testing the solution. As soon as i read the information, i knew what they meant. If anyone had actually used windows 95, you would know what it meant also
I do know, Microsoft sold separate language disks for windows 95 that was in effect an MUI pack, but Microsoft hadn't coined the phrase by this time.
Thank-you to everyone who has submitted an answer to this issue.
The best answer submitted by anyone is to rename win.com
The best answer was not on this site
You can install system commander, install the new o/s into a different directory, then copy the program files folder from the other language into this directory then do some registry editing.
I have a full list of instructions is anyone is interested. It seems a bit complicated to me. I would like to test it, but without system commander, i can't use it.
I will try the win.com solution and reply on this site if it works (or doesn't)