The computer's current language setting is not allowed.



You'll need to change your computers language settings to use Exam4. Note that there are TWO parts to fixing this issue and you must do both parts:

* Also Note - if you are running Windows 10 Single Language Edition with a Non-English language you may be unable to run Exam4. Click here to find out what version you are running.

Part 1

You need to make sure the Language for non-Unicode programs under 'Region' on your computer is set to English (United States).

Windows 7 users:

From the search box in the bottom left corner:

  1. Type the word "Region" and hit enter
  2. Then select "Region and Language"
  3. Proceed to Part 2

Windows 8 and 8.1 users:

From Windows tile menu (aka START screen) or search box at bottom left corner:

  1. Start typing the word "Region"
  2. If you see a “Region” icon (looks like a globe with a clock in it), select it and proceed to Part 2
  3. If you see “Region & Language”, select it and look to the lower right of this window under “Related settings”
  4. Click the “Administrative language settings” link
  5. Proceed to Part 2

Windows 10 users:

From Windows tile menu (aka START screen) or search box at bottom left corner:

  1. Start typing the word "Region"
  2. Select “Region & Language settings”
  3. Look on the lower right of this Window, under “Related settings”
  4. Click the “Administrative language settings” link
  5. Proceed to Part 2


Part 2

After completing Part 1, follow these instructions:

  1. Click on 'Administrative' Tab
  2. Look under the “Language for non-Unicode Programs” section
  3. Click on the "Change system locale" button
  4. Make sure the “Current system locale” box is set to English (United States)
  5. Click OK

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