I opened my IE7 browser and found that the View/Encoding was set to Cyrillic. Ah-ha! I found you, you little bug! So I changed it to um, Central European (ISO), and the page displayed fine. But when I reloaded the page, it went back to being incorrect again.
So I searched and searched and Googled myself sick trying to find solutions to character encoding issues and font scripts and all--but to no avail.
Finally, I figured it must have been something I installed a couple of weeks ago that screwed up my ASCI character set or the registry or something. So I attempted a system restore, twice, only to get the message that my restores were "unsuccessful."
My next to the last resort is posting here for help. After that, I think the only thing that will do it is to reformat and reinstall Windows. So, anybody got any ideas? This problem is throughout my system: Word, Outlook, IE (funny, I don't have this problem with Firefox. I wonder why?), etc. Don't stay up late over this, please. I can live with it if I have to and I REALLY don't want to reinstall Windows.
Here's an example: Conéctate comes out Conéctate
I asked this same question awhile ago in another forum that I frequent. I tried all the suggestions but am still having the same problem. If you want to see what was covered in the thread go here http://www.talkgraph...ead.php?t=30418.
Thanks for any help resolving this issue!