Help, my keyboard's gone all American!

  bjarki 13:04 06 Apr 04
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Hello there, I hope you can help me.

I have just reinstalled Windows ME & my keyboard language setting has defaulted to English (American). When I try to change it to English (British) through the keyboard icon in Control Panel, I am told the file "kbduk.kbd" was not found & to insert my Win ME disk. However, when I do the file still can't be found

Can anyone help or am I doomed to use # as a pound sign for ever more?

Thanks for your time

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 13:10 06 Apr 04

click here


Any good?


Regards.

  bjarki 13:16 06 Apr 04

Many thanks, much appreciated.

That took you less than 5 minutes, seems I can't even Google properly!!

  Taff36 13:23 06 Apr 04

Didn`t have ME but the file you need is in the Win_19.CAB file on your CD Rom disk. Check if you can see this file and then (and this is where I might get lost) can you open it with Winzip to extract the file?

  bjarki 13:50 06 Apr 04

Taff 36 , thanks very much, that worked without any unnecessary "Unzipping".

Though that download  ÑÌÇKÑÂMË linked to looks v. useful

£££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££


Woo hoo!

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