To change the language, right click on your desktop.
Choose NEW then Shortcut.
In the window that opens, type this in the box
Click Next (if it's in Korean, it's the middle box at the bottom).
Click Finish. (middle box).
The shortcut should appear on your desktop.
Click on the shortcut to open the Control Panel.
Open up Regional and Language Options. The icon is a globe.
The second tab is the Languages tab-this is the one you want to use.
In the top part of the box, click on Details, which may be in Korean for you.
Click on the drop down arrow and choose your language. If it's English, United States, that's what you choose. If you don't see that choice, I have no clue what to do next.
Also look to see if English is the default under Installed Services.
If not, you can change it by clicking on the ADD button (the top one of 3 shown) and choosing English (United States) as the Input Language.
While in Control Panel, consider doing this. Click on User Accounts (2 people icon).
Create another account, give it a name like Test. After everything is fixed, you can delete the account.
After it's created, log off your desktop, then log on with the new one.
Start Menu/All Programs/Accessories/System Restore.
If all that is in Korean, you may have to play around with things until you find system restore. System restore looks like this. Follow the directions in my earlier post for using system restore.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 06 April 2009 - 12:44 PM.