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How To : Install Korean Keyboard (Windows XP & Windows Vista)
Today, I’ll show you how to install the Korean Language to your computer! (This method also works for installing any language <3). I found this on soshified (have to be logged in to see post) so I take no credit for these instructions. 
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01. Click on Start
02. Click on Settings

This should bring up your control panel

03. Double click on Regional and Language Options
04. Click on the third tab “Keyboards and Languages Options”
05. Click on Change keyboard
06. Click Add
07. Scroll down to “Korean”
08. Click on the “+”
09. Check “Microsoft IME”
10. Click Ok

Depending on how your system is set up you may need to supply it with your Windows installation CD, if you do not have this you may need to look on Microsoft.com for the appropriate drivers/dlls.

11. Click ok, this should close the “Keyboads and Languages” window
12. Click ok, this should close the “Regional and Language Options” window
13. Exit Control Panel

On your task bar (where your clock resides) you should see a little icon with your default language “DE” (for German) / “EN” (for English) and so on. 

When you want to switch to the desired language click on the language icon and select the language you wish to use. You can also use the shortcut Left Alt + Shift to toggle from one language to another.
[Credit: semi-fly@soshified. I take no credit for these instructions. ]
You can either install the Language to your computer, or go to the Online Korean Keyboard. Google Translate also has a Korean Keyboard for you to use. xD
Next Post : Japanese Keyboard! (Installment is the same as this)

How To : Install Korean Keyboard (Windows XP & Windows Vista)


Today, I’ll show you how to install the Korean Language to your computer! (This method also works for installing any language <3). I found this on soshified (have to be logged in to see post) so I take no credit for these instructions. 

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01. Click on Start

02. Click on Settings


This should bring up your control panel


03. Double click on Regional and Language Options

04. Click on the third tab “Keyboards and Languages Options”

05. Click on Change keyboard

06. Click Add

07. Scroll down to “Korean”

08. Click on the “+”

09. Check “Microsoft IME”

10. Click Ok


Depending on how your system is set up you may need to supply it with your Windows installation CD, if you do not have this you may need to look on Microsoft.com for the appropriate drivers/dlls.


11. Click ok, this should close the “Keyboads and Languages” window

12. Click ok, this should close the “Regional and Language Options” window

13. Exit Control Panel


On your task bar (where your clock resides) you should see a little icon with your default language “DE” (for German) / “EN” (for English) and so on.


When you want to switch to the desired language click on the language icon and select the language you wish to use. You can also use the shortcut Left Alt + Shift to toggle from one language to another.


[Credit: semi-fly@soshified. I take no credit for these instructions. ]


You can either install the Language to your computer, or go to the Online Korean Keyboard. Google Translate also has a Korean Keyboard for you to use. xD

Next Post : Japanese Keyboard! (Installment is the same as this)

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