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Unable to switch the input language from Korean to English in Windows 7 and Windows Vista [Step by Step]

Symptoms
There is no reaction of language switch key in language bar, or the language bar disappears and unable to switch the input language from Korean to English in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.


Cause
Following issues can cause problems.
  • There is an error in registering the library module relating to language bar.
  • task scheduler service is stopped or MSCtfMonitordid not run.


Method 1: reregister the library module relating to language bar
  1. Click [Start] and enter cmdIn the search window.



  2. Right-click [cmd] in the list of program lists, and click [Run as Administrator].


    When the user account control message appears, type the administrator password, or click [Yes].

  3. Type egsvr32.exe msimtf.dll at the command prompt screen, and then press Enter.


    "When you receive the message "DllRegisterServer in msimtf.dll is successful.", click [OK].

  4. Type regsvr32.exe msctf.dll and then press Enter.


    "When you receive the message "DllRegisterServer in the msctf.dll is successful." click [OK].

  5. Type exitand then press Enter to close the command prompt.



  6. Restart your computer and check if the problem is solved.



Method 2: start the task scheduler service, and then run MSCtfMonitor.
Please see the following technical article to solve the problem.




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Article ID: 2606504 - Last Review: 08/13/2012 21:50:00 - Revision: 3.0

Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate

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