I have a Toshiba M700 tablet PC running Windows Vista ultimate 32-bit edition. I wanted to run a program that requires me to have the non-unicode language set to Japanese. I changed it to Japanese, and then proceeded to try and run the program. Program runs fine. I tried to connect my bluetooth headset to listen to my music. No luck. I get an error message about copy protection. What's odd is that if I change the non-unicode language back to English, the headset connects just fine, and it doesn't complain about copy protection or anything. Any help on this is greatly appreciated. I have no clue what I'm doing wrong.