If you want to look up the codecs, please download or open the attachment.
so... if you want to add more inputs than one, this is a useful tools for you.
I am so tired now because I have cleaned up the list from Microsoft..
You must add the codec in the [RegionalSettings] of Winnt.sif.
like for my computer:
[RegionalSettings] LanguageGroup=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17 SystemLocale=00000404 UserLocale=00001009 InputLocale=0409:00000409,1009:00000409,1009:00011009,1009:00001009,0c0c:00011009,0411:e0010411,0412:E0010412 InputLocale_DefaultUser=1009:00000409
Did you see the InputLocale? that is what you must add codec in.
InputLocale_DefaultUser must be one input..
because that is just a rule.
What does these codec for my computer tell?
It tell the setup to install the Traditional Chinese (Phonetic Notaions), Japanese, Korean, Canadian French, Canadian English, US English and set Canadian English as default on my computer.
Save your installation time.
You must look up the codec of input when you don't know what codec is matched as the language.
OK.....Please reply if you think it is good for you.
Please refer to Microsoft webpage:
forget to say....
when it is marked (*) then it means it will come out in Windows XP SP2.
It does not work in Windows 2000 family, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP without SP2 (Windows XP SP1a, SP1 and Without SP.)