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Windows Default Text

Can anyone help me please?.All of windows gen
erated text has somehow changed to ' gobblededook ',so that I am unable to read any text.Any help suggestions or should I just Reinstall WXPHome.

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Re: Windows Default Text

popasmurf, Have you tried a System Restore to the closest date prior to this problem? Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore.


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Sys Restore

Yes several diff dates but S/Restore did not work

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Problem Resolved

I had run 'Sytem Mechanic 4 'which for some reason had removed the fonts that windows uses.After spending hours writing down what gobbledook was I mangaed to undo the last option.
Many thanks to allwho replied.

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