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Wierd Text In-Game BFME2

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I have a demo for BFME2. The game loaded without any problems, so i start playing and as soon as i hit the tutorial mode, the text that the guys sayin keeps on missing letters in the words. Some times the words will have like small numbers instead of letters. I can get through to some degree but some of the menu screens are pointless to try and read, it looks like matrix coding. See for some reason i've seen this happen before, not the jumbled letters/numbers thing, but missing letters and words entirley. I also have Fable: The Lost Chapters and i remember i had to trun off the subtitles because the pop up pharses were all screwy and missing words and letters completely... If anyone could point me in the right direction as to how to fix this, i would be much appreciated, thanks.
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what are your system specs?

here are the games minimum requirements:

OS - Windows XP
Processor - Intel Pentium 4/AMD Athlon 1.6 GHz
Memory - 256 MB RAM
Hard Drive - 6 GB
DVD Drive - 8 SPEED
Video Card - 64 MB*
Sound Card - DirectX 9.0c compatible
DirectX - Version 9.0c
LAN - TCP/IP Compliant, 2-8 players
Online - 56.6 Kbps; 2 Players
Online - Broadband; 3-8 Players
Input - Keyboard, Mouse
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