Greetings from Sydney, Australia!
I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1. (English, with Australian localisations - en_AU).
I just created a Windows Repair Disk using the Windows Backup and Restore app
in Control Panel.
The program seemed to run without error, at least, there was a message to say
that the repair disk was created successfully.
However, when I ran a test boot from it, I received a strange message.
I inserted the DVD in the drive, checked that the BIOS would look for bootable files
on an optical disk before looking on the hard disk, and waited for the usual boot message:
"Press any key to boot from CD or DVD..."
What I got was the following:
"Libovolnou klávesou spustíte systém z disku CD nebo DVD..."
which I used Google to translate and tell me what the language was.
The language is Czech, and the message is the Czech translation of the "Press any key..." message
Anyway, I pressed "Enter" and the DVD booted with English Windows, and it seemed to run OK.
Does anyone have any idea why the "Press any key..." message would be in Czech, or, for that
matter, any language other than English, considering that I am running an English version of Windows?
Thanks in advance for any possible solutions to this little mystery!
Best regards to you all
Christopher ("Chris") Souter