Korean Language Letters in Windows 2000

Korean Language Letters in Windows 2000

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Posted by Philip Baugh on January 09, 2003 at 16:29:24:

Problem: I am getting Korean language letters ( I think Korean ) in some of my programs. When I try to install new software I get Korean letters sometimes instead of English letters. In my Palm Pilot desktop software it shows up in the calendar.

What Happened: I needed a service manual for a piece of heavy machinery made by Hyundai for work. I went to the Hyundai web site to download the manual in PDF format. When I tried to download the file a message came up saying I needed a Korean language support file so I clicked Ok and downloaded the file.

Someone please tell me how to get rid of these Korean language letters.

Thanks for HELP!!!

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