Super Health Club Crashes At Random

On some Windows systems, you might experience random crashes reported as “Super Health Club has stopped” or likewise by Windows.
Early reports point to this being a system locale issue that can easily be resolved by setting your system’s locale to “English”

For Windows XP

  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Click on Regional and Language Options
  3. Click the Advanced tab, go to “Language for non-Unicode Programs”, and select “English” from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click OK
  5. Restart your computer
For Windows Vista
  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Click on Clock, Language and Region
  3. Click on Regional and Language Options
  4. Click the Administrative tab, go to “Change System Locale”, and select “English” from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click OK
  6. Restart your computer
For Windows 7
  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Click on Regional and Language Options
  3. Click the Administrative tab, go to”Language for non-Unicode Programs”, and select “English” from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click OK
  5. Restart your computer
For Windows 8 & 10
  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Click on Clock, Language and Region, thenRegion
  3. Click the Administrative tab, go to “Change System Locale”, and select “English” from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click OK
  5. Restart your computer

This process is completely harmless to your computer! It can be reversed at any time!
After changing the locale to English your currency symbol key may turn into a forward slash (\) and some installers may be in English. This is normal. Everything else will still display in your locale set language.