Event ID 1009 — Language Pack Installation and Removal

Updated: December 16, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

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Multilingual User Interface (MUI) language packs and Language Interface Packs (LIPs) are installed and removed on your computer using the Language Pack Setup tool (Lpksetup.exe). You can run this program using the Language Pack Setup Wizard or in unattended silent mode.

Event Details

Product: Windows Operating System
ID: 1009
Source: Microsoft-Windows-LanguagePackSetup
Version: 6.1
Symbolic Name: MUISETUP_ETW_EVENT_WORKERCLASS_COMMAND_LANGUAGE_NOTPRESENT
Message: Could not find language %1. It's either not installed or not in the provided path.

Resolve

Specify a valid or installed language pack

The resolution for this error depends on whether you were installing or removing a language pack.

  • If you were installing a pack, the path that you specified with the /p option does not contain a valid language pack. If you specified a folder, then Lpksetup will search that folder and all subfolders for valid language pack files. Specify the correct path to a valid language pack and try again.
  • If you were removing a pack, the language that you are trying to remove is not installed on the computer. This can happen if the list of installed languages has not been refreshed. To refresh the list, restart the computer and try the operation again.

Verify

To verify that the language pack was successfully installed or removed:

  1. In Control Panel, click Change display language (located under the Clock, Language, and Region section).
  2. Verify the language is listed (or not listed) in the drop-down list.

Note: The drop-down list will only be visible if you have already installed a language pack or if your operating system supports Multilingual User Interface (MUI). MUI language packs can only be installed on Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows Vista Enterprise.

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Language Pack Installation and Removal

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