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Topic # 86773 13-Jul-2011 12:55
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I have installed live mesh on my netbook but I ended up with a bunch of different language packs all installing activex control for remote connections. It is very annoying to have to uninstall them and I dont know why it needs every language pack. It doesnt do it on the other laptop. Anyone got any ideas?

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  Reply # 492855 13-Jul-2011 12:58
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I would guess extra language packs are being installed because your system is configured to support these?

I have it installed here and nothing else was needed on top of the default installation.






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  Reply # 493577 15-Jul-2011 07:10
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Ok, do you know what that configuration would be? it is set to New Zealand that I can see. Oh well, will just have to uninstall the foreign ones and hope they dont come back again.
 




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  Reply # 493579 15-Jul-2011 07:13
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Have you installed the additional Language Packs offered as option updates via Windows Update (if you are running Windows 7 Ultimate)?






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  Reply # 493594 15-Jul-2011 08:28
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no, its just standard windows starter on a netbook.




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  Reply # 493679 15-Jul-2011 11:39
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have just uninstalled them all, good use of half an hour!




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