Lucky Star Accessory CD
It contains a speaking Lucky Star Clock for your desktop and you can choose between Konata, Kagami, Tsukasa and Miyuki. Unfortunately, the installer fails to copy the sound files, check the readme.txt included in the RAR file for instructions. [If you’re still confused, this is what I did. I copied the ボイスコレクション folder extracted from the RAR file and replaced it to the location that I installed which is C:\Program Files\らき☆すた デスクトップアクセサリー. This is also the default installed place.] A 20 minute Lucky Star AVI is included inside too.
For those who get boxes, question marks or weird symbols in the extracted folders, you haven`t got Japanese support installed. See below for instruction (Note #2).
In the お楽し~0 folder, there are sound files usable in your desktop (Change it in Control Panel), messenger and so on. To make life easier, this is a simple translation of the folders and files [Thank you Yuka and Jeff for helping]:
おまけ – Omake [Contains 9 untitled sound files, mostly by Konata]
柊 か・0 – [Sound files by Hiiragi Kagami]
柊 つ・0 – [Sound files by Hiiragi Tsukasa]
泉 こ・0 – [Sound files by Izumi Konata]
高良 ・0 – [Sound files by Takara Miyuki]
ウィン~0 – Win [For shutting window]
ウィン~1 – Win [For starting window]
ごみ箱~0 – Gomenasai? [Not sure, probably an audio for errors]
メール~0 – Mail [Simple, audio for ‘You got a mail!’]
メッセ~0 – Messe [Can be used when someone message you]
メッセ~1 – Messe [Try use this for nudge, block and such]
一般の~0 – Normal [Put this anywhere I guess]
Lucky Star Okiraku Box
It contains 2 Lucky Star screensaver [Right click it and install], a bunch of wallpapers and random Lucky Star themed applications [Ranged from calculator, reminder, timer, mini games, music player and more]. Install by double clicking the Start (With Konata icon) or Setup. If a Lucky Star box pop out, press the first button.
Use the `A` button to skip intro`s, start the game and attack.
Download link: Part 1 || Part 2
Part 1 – Contains some old and new desktop mascot and widgets [Image explains all]
Part 2 – Contains the same screensavers, wallpapers and applications in the Okiraku Box
- “JAM ga Mottetta! Sailor Fuku” (JAMがもってった!セーラーふく)
- “Motteke! Sailor Fuku EX.Motte[k]remix” (もってけ!セーラーふく EX.Motte[k]remix)
- “Motteke! Knee Socks” (もってけ!ニーソックス)
- “Motteke! Sailor Fuku Electro Otome Chikku mix” (もってけ!セーラーふく Electro 乙女ちっく mix)
- “Motteke! Sailor Fuku Bak-Bak-Bakoon! Mix” (もってけ!セーラーふく Bak-Bak-Bakoon!! mix)
- “Kumikyoku “Lucky Star Douga”” (組曲「らき☆すた動画」)
- “Girlge ~Asa no Fuukei~”
- “Girlge ~Lunch Tabeyo~”
- “Girlge ~Isshoni Kaerou~”
- “Girlge ~Shukudai Yannasai!~”
- “Girlge ~Betsu ni Anta no Shinpai Nanka Shitenaindakara ne~”
- “Girlge ~Suki ni Shite ii yo~”
- “Futsuu no Nomimono ni wa Kyoumi Arimasen! Ijou!”
- “Atarashii Kaze”
- “Shiraishi Kun no ending, dou na no”
- “Are Shiraishi, Fuji no Jukai ni Ittanja”
- “Ichiokuen no Osatsu no Katachi no [Noshiika] no Omiyage Futsuota”
- “Noshiika TabenagaraÅC Point Kasan Luckies”
- “Anime Dai 20 Kai Housou Bun no Ato ni… Ono Daisuke-san Toujou!”
- “Moshimo Shin Assistent Ono san to Tanoshiku Talk!”
- “Shiraishi no Chuukei Moshimo de Lucky Channel ~ Ending”
You need an ISO to play games like Lucky Star Omega Troopers, Lucky Star no Mori and such, so you’ll probably need to burn it onto a CD or DVD. If you don’t want to burn an ISO, you can mount it to a virtual drive with an application like Alcohol 120% or Daemontools.
To have Japanese Windows installation, try the following:
—FOR WIN XP—
STEP 1.) Open the Control and double-click on the “Regional and Language Settings” icon.
STEP 2.) Here are your current Regional settings. Click on the “Languages” tab.
STEP 3.) Make sure the check box labeled “Install files for East Asian Languages” is selected. If it is not selected, then check it now.
STEP 4.) Click on the “Advanced” tab.
STEP 5.) From the drop-down menu under “Language for non-Unicode programs”, select “Japanese”
STEP 6.) Select APPLY and then OK to save the changes. A restart will be necessary, save all work and select YES to restart your system.
—FOR WIN 2K—
STEP 1.) Go to the Control Panel of Windows and select “Regional Options”, double click it to open it.
STEP 2.) At the “General” tab, go to the “Language settings for the system” section and scroll down to select “Japanese”.
STEP 3.) Click on “Apply”, to apply the settings. DO NOT CLOSE THE WINDOW AND DO NOT REBOOT YET. The system will ask you for the Windows 2000 installation disk if the files are not already installed.
STEP 4.) Now click on “Set default…”
NOTE: The “Japanese” option will not appear here if you have not yet apply the changes from Step 2 to 3!
STEP 5.) At the “Select System Locale” dialog box drop down, select “Japanese” as the appropriate locale.
STEP 6.) Click OK to close this box, Click OK to save the Region settings and NOW, REBOOT THE SYSTEM.
Also, try setting your location and stuff to Japan too, some Japanese games actually want Windows to tell them you live are currently located in Japan. So basically set every possible setting to `Japan` or `Japanese` also the currency settings just to be sure. NOTE: It`ll change your forwardslash to a yen sign.