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When you install the Spanish version of Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, you may experience the following symptoms:
This problem occurs because the Spanish version of Windows NT 4.0 contains an incorrect value in the
sLanguageentry under the following registry subkey:
sLanguageentry incorrectly has a value of ESP. It should have a value of ESN.
The corresponding locale ID (LCID) and three-letter abbreviations for the two major Spanish locales are:
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To work around this issue so that new user profiles contain the correct settings, follow these steps: