How do I add a Japanese keyboard to English Windows NT 4.0 so all the key mappings are correct?
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There are some third-party programs that do this, but there are two other solutions that are probably more elegant and total:
1) Use a Japanese-localized version of Windows NT 4.0.
2) Upgrade to Windows 2000 or XP Pro, since Win2K/XP both include native Japanese input support as one of their standard features.
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