2 languages in a battle with each other

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  1. Posts : 20
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    Thread Starter
       #11

    Hello Dalchina,

    thank you for your links and help.
    By following the steps, I do not have the option in a language "Set as primary"
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen3.jpg
    There is no option to delete Serbian either.
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen2.jpg
    Instead, there are finally all the languages in the Windows display languages
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen1.jpg

    I used the
    Code:
    lpksetup.exe /u sr-Latn-RS
    command to remove the language, but without any success.
    Could you please explain how to continue?
    Thank you in advance.

    Milada
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,932
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #12

    Hi, you can't remove a language if it is set as the default. Kind of makes sense, really.

    You asked
    How do I remove US-EN as a default language?
    - so first you must set another as the current one.

    I note you have added the Czech language pack.

    To set a language as default see e.g. Steps 7, 8 here:
    How To Change Display Language in Windows 10

    Can you manage to set Czech as your display language?
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  3. Posts : 20
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #13

    dalchina said:
    Hi, you can't remove a language if it is set as the default. Kind of makes sense, really.

    You asked

    - so first you must set another as the current one.

    I note you have added the Czech language pack.

    To set a language as default see e.g. Steps 7, 8 here:
    How To Change Display Language in Windows 10

    Can you manage to set Czech as your display language?
    No, I cannot, there is no such option (Set as default), please see here:
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen3.jpg
    These images show there is either Czech or Czech Republic set:
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen4.jpg
    2 languages in a battle with each other-screen5.jpg

    Here is also how my language bars (I have now two) look like:
    2 languages in a battle with each other-languagebar1.jpg
    This one misses UK English and Russian:
    2 languages in a battle with each other-languagebar2.jpg

    Please help
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,932
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #14

    Sorry, I can't say anything more to help you. Would need to be in front of your PC.

    Please try to find a friend who is familiar with Windows and see if you can work out a way forward.

    You have the tutorials; if Windows' behaviour does not allow you to do this, then if you have build 1803 or 1809, I suggest you report it as a possible bug on the Feedback Hub.

    If I were you I would start by simplifying the situation.

    Create/update your disk image (Hopefully you use e.g. Macrium Reflect (free) ).

    Remove all language packs.

    Then start by just adding one.
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  5. Posts : 20
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Thank you dalchina for your continuous and kind willingness to help
    yes, I do have the 1803 bug
    I have downloaded Macrium Reflect (Home/free edition), as I tried Feedback Hub - Windows Insider but did not get to any contact person

    Could you please only suggest how to use the Macrium at a glance?, I will however try to get to know the application better.
    I only ask you know as I want to prevent any issues...

    Thank you and have a lovely afternoon.

    Milada
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  6. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,932
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #16

    Hi, Tutorial section: search Macrium - a very simple guide.
    Windows 10 Tutorial Index | Tutorials

    Backup and Restore with Macrium Reflect | Tutorials

    It has a huge help section, plenty of documents if you have questions in its knowledge base.
    Also youtube videos (there are a couple on this site too).

    You need a large enough external disk- base image, guess 50% of the used area you are initially imaging for the base image. Thereafter differential images- smaller, faster - MR maintains a set and limits them by number- deleting oldest. All configurable.

    So your external disk should be, say, greater than the total you intend to image- images are compressed, but jpg's, videos etc don't compress further.

    MR has an option to image all Windows partitions- and can image any combination.

    Images are also a full backup - can be mounted and explored.

    The Feedback Hub simply lets you search for, add to or create a report. Not for contact with anyone.
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  7. Posts : 20
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #17

    dalchina said:
    Hi, Tutorial section: search Macrium - a very simple guide.
    Windows 10 Tutorial Index | Tutorials

    Backup and Restore with Macrium Reflect | Tutorials

    It has a huge help section, plenty of documents if you have questions in its knowledge base.
    Also youtube videos (there are a couple on this site too).

    You need a large enough external disk- base image, guess 50% of the used area you are initially imaging for the base image. Thereafter differential images- smaller, faster - MR maintains a set and limits them by number- deleting oldest. All configurable.

    So your external disk should be, say, greater than the total you intend to image- images are compressed, but jpg's, videos etc don't compress further.

    MR has an option to image all Windows partitions- and can image any combination.

    Images are also a full backup - can be mounted and explored.

    The Feedback Hub simply lets you search for, add to or create a report. Not for contact with anyone.
    Hello Dalchina

    thank you very much for your kind help.
    I wish you all the best,

    Milada
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  8. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 29,932
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #18

    Thanks- hope all goes well.
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  9. Rig18's Avatar
    Posts : 10
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #19

    I don't know if this will help, but for most languages that uses latin alphabet, you can use one display language.

    Display Language / Keyboard Input

    US English / US Keyboard
    US English / German Keyboard
    US English / French Keyboard
    US English / Italian Keyboard

    So that you won't have to use 4 Display Languages for 4 different keyboard input methods.
    (Unfortunately, if you are using one line taskbar, it will only display the shortened name of the display language, whatever the keyboard method is. If the display language is English, it will state ENG. To get around this, you can use 2 line taskbar, or as you do, install 4 different display languages for 4 different keyboards.)

    Shortly, you can just use Czech Display language with several keyboard input methods including Latin Serbian. Then, you will just have one Display Language. To use Russian or Cyrillic Serbian, you will need to install appropriate Cyrillic Display Language.

    Please make a note that certain programs, sometimes force the computer automatically use US English as Display Language and Keyboard automatically when they run. Please check if you are using a certain program or programs that use Serbian as a main language. That maybe the reason why you cannot uninstall Serbian, because the program(s) are still running.
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