I fell in this trap on day 1, unicode set to Trad.Chinese was the cause, I had to download all over again after changing unicode back to US! & that cost me hours, how stupid can m$ be that the upgrade is not based on system language but unicode language? At least show a prompt or two to warn about language inconsistency and let user choose which one to go for. I literally spent 6 hours to download and redownload just for this stupid language issue.
I fell in this trap on day 1, unicode set to Trad.Chinese was the cause, I had to download all over ...
Wanderer 發表於 2015-8-2 02:36
oic, I have set "Chinese(Traditional, Hong Kong SAR)" for "Current language for non-unicode programs", otherwise it can't display the Chinese document correctly, especially those txt files.
Does it mean that I have to change the setting and download again?
Have you remove the download folder ($Windows.~BT) before re-download? Or just change the setting and run the setup again (the one in $Windows.~BT folder).
OMG.....Just change the setting and click [拒絕] to cancel the upgrade.
And the setup.exe in $Windows.~BT is gone....if I click the setup.exe in source sub-directory, it will prompt the error in Chinese....it seems that it must download the files again in order to get the English version.
For safety, I have deleted the $Windows.~BT and $Windows.~WS folders before download.