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Parameter Format Not Correct: Something Wrong With Fonts Folder?

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#1 noelel


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Posted 04 September 2008 - 09:50 PM

One day I started up my Windows 2000 Professional SP4 computer, only to see cmd boxes flashing all over the screen saying "Parameter format not correct: C:\WINNT\Fonts\' ".

I could not get into my computer at all, so I tried booting in safe mode. Thankfully, this worked, and I looked for the apostrophe folder in my Fonts folder but found it was not there.

I figured this must be some sort of Font problem so I ran a Font repair program while in Safe mode. This did nothing.

Does anyone recognize this problem or have any idea how to go about solving it? Thanks...

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