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What is the D:\Windows\Boot\Fonts folder for?  How do I access them? Can I add new fonts?
What file accesses these fonts? John
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D sounds like your CD drive. The fonts here will likely be installed with the program on the disk. To add fonts to Windows, open Control Panel - Fonts and click File - Install New Font. Navigate to the location of the new font and install.

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Actually the install is slightly different in Vista (sorry), just right click in the Fonts folder and select Install New Font.

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Yes it is on my Vista DVD .  Can I access them from the bootmgr.xsl file?
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Why? These are used by the install process. Not installed on your PC.

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Are they used on the boot screen?
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Seems likely. Don't know.

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I will leave this open to see if someone does know! John
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