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Default Searching for cyrillic words

Hello everyone!

I have a problem searching through a SQL Server 2000 database with cyrillic search term using 'contains' predicate. I have enabled full-text searching on database, table and column I'm searching in, populated my catalog, but when I try to search I'm getting this error:
Server: Msg 7619
Execution of a full-text operation failed. A clause of the query contained only ignored words.

This is search script:
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SELECT * FROM OrgEntity as oe WHERE contains(oe.Name, '{the word im searching for}')
When I use LIKE, it works fine, but I think LIKE is slower and not applicable on tables with many rows.

Can anyone help me, please?

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This is not the problem with only cyrillic, but with any non standard characters. There must be someone who did full-text search in japanese, chinese, russian, arabic or any other language different from english!

In hope that someone knows the answer or at least a place where I can search,

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