To restore the Language bar from the "Start" menu, go to "Control Panel" and double-click the left mouse button, expand the "Regional and Language Options".Go to the tab "Languages" and in the "Settings", click "Language Bar."Select the check box "Show desktop".

If the box is worth, but the Language bar is not visible, remove it, and then click OK.Again, go to "Settings", select the checkbox and confirm by clicking OK.

If the button "Language Bar" is inactive (marred), go to the tab "Advanced" and uncheck any checked boxes in both sections.To confirm, press OK.Return to the section "Language Bar" and tick the option "Show desktop".

If you have Windows 7 in the "Control Panel" open assembly "languages ​​and text services."In the tab "Language bar" select "is enshrined in the taskbar."

State Language bar define
s the process ctfmon.exe.It should start automatically.Press Win + R, and the line "Open", type msconfig.In the tab "Startup" check the box in the checkbox next to the name of the process, if it's empty.

problem may remain if no file system ctfmon.exe or damaged.In the "Control Panel", double-click on the icon "Folder Options" and go to the tab "View".Select the check box "Display the contents of system folders" and put the switch "Hidden files and folders" to "Show".

Copy ctfmon.exe from another computer, or the installation CD and place it in the folder C: \ Windows \ system32 \.

Check, whether registered in the register of the launch of this process.In the "Start" menu, choose the option "Run" and type regedit in the line "Open."The left side of the "Registry Editor", find the HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run and see whether there is the right of the string parameter cfmon.exe.If not, go to the "Edit" menu and select "Create" and "String Value."Enter a name cfmon.exe.In the same menu, click "Change" and in the "Value", type C: \ Windows \ system32 \ cfmon.exe.