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Windows 7 Fonts Bug

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Guest MokaMokiMoke


every time I start CDBXP i get this Error Message http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb/17 . I´ve got a Windows 7 Professional x64 System and all Fonts are installed. The Vista Tutorial doesn´t work for me either. I don´t know what I should do ._. I don´t want to install fat Nero :(

Note: This smiley is awesome :firefox:

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first, the link is down or the file was removed

seccond, this is just for intel hdds or raids with intel controller, not for everything :(

This didn´t help me...

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Windows 7 Fonts FIX

open your registry editor ( regedt32.exe )

1. Click "Start" and then "Run"

2. Type regedit.exe and press Run/OK

3. Navigate through the folder tree to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts

4. Add a string variable for each font ( see below ) and change its values.

Tahoma (TrueType) -> tahoma.ttf

Courier New (TrueType) -> cour.ttf

Verdana (TrueType) -> verdana.ttf

Arial (TrueType) -> arial.ttf

Arial Narrow (TrueType) -> arialn.ttf

Arial Bold (TrueType) -> arialbd.ttf

Lucida Console (TrueType) -> lucon.ttf

Trebuched MS (TrueType) -> trebuc.ttf

Times New Roman (TrueType) -> times.ttf

Marlett (TrueType) -> marlett.ttf

5. Restart your Computer ( This time you have to! ) :)

6. Give me a check :lol:

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For the lazy and semi technical. Copy and paste this to something like addFont.reg


Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts]

"Tahoma (TrueType)"="tahoma.ttf"

"Courier New (TrueType)"="cour.ttf"

"Verdana (TrueType)"="verdana.ttf"

"Arial (TrueType)"="arial.ttf"

"Arial Narrow (TrueType)"="arialn.ttf"

"Arial Bold (TrueType)"="arialbd.ttf"

"Lucida Console (TrueType)"="lucon.ttf"

"Trebuched MS (TrueType)"="trebuc.ttf"

"Times New Roman (TrueType)"="times.ttf"

"Marlett (TrueType)"="marlett.ttf"


Thanks 0777

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As explained on this page with further information here, a "feature" in Windows 7 may cause problems for some programs in certain conditions.Basically, if you have a high resolution screen at install time, Win7 will install a larger font set (125%) by default. If you then choose go back to the standard font size (100%), Windows will keep some of the large fonts even though everything else is adjusted for standard fonts, causing programs that use these fonts to break because the text will not always fit inside the GUI.

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Guest Muyassar Saeed

Thanks, Dear..

It worked for me...

on windows 7,ultimate


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