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For an unknown reason the system fonts on my desktop changed when I started up win95 a few days ago. Due to that change some texts are hard to read and some symbols are changed (e.g. the arrow for a popdown window has become a "6"). The day before yesterday the problem suddenly disappeared, but now it's there again. I know that the system font is marlett.ttf and that it's hidden in the fonts directory of windows. Apparently the font is still there and it don't seem to be damaged. How can I solve this problem?
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Apparently your font's file may have some corruption. Try restting the font by clicking "Start > Setting > Control Panel > Display > Apperance Tab. From there you will be able to select the item which you would like to change. exp : clicking the Item Panel > select Icon > change whatever is desired.

Hope this will solve your problem
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