[IMG]Classic!Windows 3.2's BSoD with Translated@.@

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[IMG]Classic!Windows 3.2's BSoD with Translated@.@

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I used PWin3.2 with VirtualBox
It's always NO respond and I need Press Host+DEL
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Hey!BSoD had been traslated!Very Interesting

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The BSOD is always translated into the system's language AFAIK, so a Chinese BSOD on a Chinese system is nothing special.

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Funny how the keys are still the same. Are the keys in that BSOD written in English on a Chinese keyboard?
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Someone who only spoke Chinese surely wouldn't understand the line asking them to press the keys though, I wonder why they don't translate all of it?
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well,in windows 98,me,nt4,2000,xp,microsoft didn't translate BSoD at all
so,BSoD with translate i think its rarely happened in windows
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I think it also happenes on Japanese Windows 9x....
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Lol funny but somes texts are in English

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harry4567 wrote:well,in windows 98,me,nt4,2000,xp,microsoft didn't translate BSoD at all
so,BSoD with translate i think its rarely happened in windows
The BSOD is always translated as far as I know. I've seen German, French and probably other non-English BSODs.
arthmx wrote:Lol funny but somes texts are in English
Normal on Asian language versions.
mdogg wrote:Funny how the keys are still the same. Are the keys in that BSOD written in English on a Chinese keyboard?
Yes. Chinese and Japanese keyboards usually have a slightly modified QWERTY layout with the Asian characters also printed on the keys. "System-wide" keys are still in English.

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but i said,
Microsoft(Taiwan,China) are lazy for chinese!
They don't translate BSoD anymore in Windows 95 - Vista
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mdogg wrote:Funny how the keys are still the same. Are the keys in that BSOD written in English on a Chinese keyboard?
Like empireum said:
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harry4567 wrote:well,in windows 98,me,nt4,2000,xp,microsoft didn't translate BSoD at all
so,BSoD with translate i think its rarely happened in windows
BSoD is translated to Czech (and i think to others languages too) in 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP and Vista.

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