For this to work you must NOT disable internationalization.. which may screw up with your fonts (if they don't support your charset). If you turn on the internationalization and it does screw up with your LCD fonts (very likey) but you know that it does work with that font I need the following to adjust the software:
-Your LCD font
-Your Regional Settings (Control Panel->Reginal Settings, then tell me the Standards and format, location and under the advanced tab I need the non-unicode application setting you use)
I'll look it up but can't guarantee it will fix everything...