Click on Windows Updates, put a check make in the line Italian.... download
and let Windows install. Now when you want to change from one to the other,
click on the Language bar, just to the left of the System Tray.
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"Joe Casale" <JCasale@newsgroup.nospam> wrote in message
>I need to add Italian to my Install for a salesman's laptop. Given that I
>can assume he wont need in the english bios, how do I add Italian, and
>where do I download the addin that I assume (?) I can use the package
>mangler to insert n as an option?