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FONTS TROUBLE! PLS HELP


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OHBOY

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can somebody help me with my problem :help: .. I've installed about more than 3,000 fonts on my windows ( so dumb! ;) ) and now my pc is running slow.. so i deleted all the new fonts that I installed (even dumber :tazz: ).. but I think i also deleted some original winxp default fonts.. coz everytime i visit this particular site.. a different font appears.. now I want to restore the original default fonts back.. but I dont know where to get it and how to do it... pls ;) tnx!
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gerryf

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Do you have a windows disk?

Make a folder C:\Tempfont.

Put the XP CD in the drive and exit from the auto-run.

Start > Run, type
CMD
enter

type
d:
enter

type
CD i386
enter

type
enter
EXPAND *.TT_ C:\TEMPFONT

type
EXPAND *,FO_ C:\TEMPFONT
enter

type
C:
enter

type
CD \TEMPFONT
enter

type
REN *.TT_ *.TTF
enter

type
REN *.FO_ *.FON
enter

type
EXIT


then go to control panel, choose FONTs applet

then FILE > INSTALL NEW FONTS

navigate to c:\tempfonts

select all and add
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OHBOY

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thank you sir! .. Ill give it a go.. tnx again!
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