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Change dutch language to english language before instalation

I have untivirus kaspersky in Dutch language and want to change it into English language.How can I do that?.

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I used kaspersky 2010 and it was in russian.. i used to chage the language by pressing ctrl+shift+alt +f12. try it! it works!

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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    thanks a lot danescresa.

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Well you have to download the english version take this link
http://downloads.kaspersky-labs.com/trial/registered/3NKDGRXIM7FJ5ZTSIAFW/kis8.0.0.506en.exe

if you need the activation code contact me at yami_cazanova@hotmail.com

Hope it will help you

Posted on May 29, 2009

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