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    Fonts missing.

    Hi all,

    Can anyone provide some advice please? have never come across this before..! all the windows xp fonts have somewhat been removed.

    How can I get these from a winxp cd? have looked in the I386 file for a cab, everything..!

    thx in advance!

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    I think it would probably be easier to copy them directly off an existing XP computer, they are all stored as .TT_ files in the i386 directory, you should be able to copy these out to another directory and use the expand command to unpack them.

    There is another type of font file as well but I can't remember the extention at present.

    To install them you can simply drag them all into the fonts folder in control pannel.
    Last edited by SYNACK; 9th October 2008 at 04:33 PM. Reason: forgot they were compressed

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