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Where??? are my ttfonts.

By tootypuck ·
During startup my logo screen stays on forever before my desktop is displayed. I have printed out my bootlog and it shows that true type fonts are trying to load but fails. Many of them. I have tried to go into my fonts folders to find these ttf anddelete them but I can't identify any of them. How do I figure out where there are and which ones they are so i can delete or fix them?

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Where??? are my ttfonts.

by dmiles7 In reply to Where??? are my ttfonts.

To replace a missing or damaged Fonts key in the registry, follow these steps:

Move the contents of the Fonts folder to an empty folder.
If the Fonts key exists in the following registry setting, delete the Fonts key and then add it again:

Windows 95/98:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion

Windows NT:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion

If the Fonts key does not exist in the registry setting listed above, add the following key:

Fonts

In Control Panel, double-click Fonts.
On the Fonts menu, click Install New Font.
In the Folders box, select the folder you moved the fonts to in step 1.
Click Select All, and then click OK.
If your documents are not printingas expected, remove and reinstall the appropriate printer driver.

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Where??? are my ttfonts.

by raviratlami In reply to Where??? are my ttfonts.

Dealing with individual system fonts that are corrupt or deleted by mistake are painful and time consuming. However, the best way to restoring system fonts is to reinstall the OS over the existing OS. (It seems you are using Windows 9x).

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Where??? are my ttfonts.

by raviratlami In reply to Where??? are my ttfonts.

Dealing with individual system fonts that are corrupt or deleted by mistake are painful and time consuming. However, the best way to restoring system fonts is to reinstall the OS over the existing OS. (It seems you are using Windows 9x).

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