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hello everyone:

i am running Windows 2000 Server and i noticed that lately it was a little slow. i figure that i could try to use one of those tools that fix errors in the registry. i downloaded Registry Mechanic and used it. After restarting the computer, my letters(fonts) are bold and half of the time, i can't read the typing because is all weird characters. is not specific to a program but to all programs, even the OS message boxes.

how can i fix this problem,

thank you.
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any good registry program should be able to undo what it has done.

also check this:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;133732
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