Did you buy a Vista laptop from abroad and want it to talk to you in your mother tongue?

Try Vistalizator - this tool allows you to change display language in Vista editions other than (officially supported) Ultimate, like Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium and Business.

Vistalizator overrides the limit of one MUI language on non-Ultimate Vista editions.
See details about using multiple languages in Vista.

Features
Change Vista display language in less than 5 minutes! (Express installation mode)
Uses official Microsoft Vista language packs
You can install all 36 MUI languages and switch between them easily
You can install 40 LIP languages on top of specific MUI languages
Works in 32-bit and 64-bit Vista
Compatible with Vista Service Pack 1
User Account Control (UAC) compliant - prompts for administrative privileges
Vista Speech Recognition works with all supported languages:
Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese and Spanish
Languages can be installed either in Internal or in Express mode

Install
Vistalizator is certified by Softpedia to be 100% clean: no viruses, no adware, no spyware
Download from here: http://www.froggie.sk/download/Vistalizator.exe

Download Romanian MUI language pack(s):

- for 32-bit Vista RTM (without a SP)
Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

- for 32-bit Vista SP1
Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

- for 64-bit Vista RTM (without a SP)
Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

- for 64-bit Vista SP1
Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

After that use Vistalizator to change your language.

You can use 2 different installation modes
Internal installation mode (you can still update your windows after that) or Express installation mode (stable version)
Read more here: Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

Installing new language step by step with screenshots
Vistalizator - change display language in Vista Home and Business

Note:
To find out your system properties (32-bit/64-bit, SP1 installed or not):
Go to Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> System
Right-click the Computer icon in Start menu and select Properties