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I'm trying to find answers to all these....

 

a few things to try here

 

Read over information on this Microsoft page

XP Tool: Global IME (Korean)

 

 

The kind of symptom you are reporting "may" benefit from running a full CHECKDISK.

Consider doing the following:

Start - Run - (type)cmd - Enter

This will bring up a DOS style box with blinking cursor,

At the blinking cursor, type:

chkdsk /f /r - Enter <--- notice the required space before the "/"s.

CHECKDISK will inform you that it cannot be run because files are in use/locked, etc. and will invite you to allow CHECKDISK to run the next time you reboot your machine.

Type "Y" for yes, and then reboot.

The scans will take about 30-40 minutes, after which your machine will complete its boot into Windows.

You may be good-to-go after the CHKDSK, if it finds any bad-clusters and moves files to known good areas of your hard drive. However, if CHKDSK does find bad-clusters and moves files, it may be necessary to run CHKDSK a 2nd and even 3rd time, until all the bad-clusters are found and all of the affected files are safely moved.

 

 

 

Please go to Start -> Run -> cmd and press Enter. At the command prompt type

sfc /scannow, making sure to put a space between the "c" and the slash, and then press Enter. This will run the System File Checker. Follow the prompts, and insert your Windows installation CD if requested. Then please restart your computer.

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Please go to Start -> Run -> cmd and press Enter. At the command prompt type

sfc /scannow, making sure to put a space between the "c" and the slash, and then press Enter. This will run the System File Checker. Follow the prompts, and insert your Windows installation CD if requested. Then please restart your computer.

 

I ran checkdisk once, no luck yet.

 

For sfc, it is asking for the Windows XP Pro SP2 CD which I do not have, only the original installation CD. Is ther another option while I run chkdsk again?

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For sfc, it is asking for the Windows XP Pro SP2 CD which I do not have, only the original installation CD. Is ther another option

I'm not aware of one other then borrow one from someone.

 

Might give this a try

 

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/IEFIX.htm

IEFix - General purpose fix for Internet Explorer

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I was just trying to figure out why I cannot get the Korean fonts to work and I looked at vgaoem.fon. There is only ONE single font in there! I thought I extracted the file with all the fonts in it. This would explain why my default font has changed as well as why I cannot type in Korean.

Sorry to interrupt. Which folder did you look at?

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I don't know anything about different keyboards but this is a thought....

I have a Korean keyboard which has a button toggle between English and Korean but now when I try to use it, for the Korean only ?

I'm wondering if the keyboard you use has software with it?

If you do pop the disk in and reinstall the keyboard?

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The folder C:\Windows\System is not your fonts cache.

Try looking in C:\Windows\Fonts.

For Windows XP to display Korean glyphs, you should need to have Gulim.ttc in there.

 

The guide I earlier linked you to, should have sorted it out for you. Please do it again.

Here's a similar guide but it's specific for Korean fonts. http://www.declan-software.com/korean_ime/...n_ime.htm#xpuse

 

Try doing this ...

 

* Uninstall it first.

Untick "Install files for East Asian Language".

Click OK & reboot

 

* After rebooting, Re-tick "Install files for East Asian Language".

Click OK & reboot

 

 

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When you do this part, choose a different 'Locale' first. Example - 'English (United States)'

Then click 'Apply'. After that, change it back to 'Korean' & click OK

A further reboot may be necessary

Edited by sUBs

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Even in Windows/Fonts there was only one but then I again followed the instructions on Declan's and I was asked to put in my Windows CD from which it got a bunch of fonts including the Gulim one. Now I have lots of fonts but I still cannot type in Korean. The font is there, the languages are installed, the keyboard but it will not type in Korean either from the litle icon on the taskbar nor from my keyboard's button. Can you come up with anything else? Otherwise, I suppose one of the locals will know how to straighten it out.

 

I do appreciate all the help you guys have given.

Edited by ricrisci

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Seeing that we're at loss as to how to restore that function, we might as well try Windows System Restore. Take note that performing a System Restore will revert the machine back to an earlier time. This may fix the keyboard but most of the malware will be restored. We shall need to address them again.

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I went to System Restore and on the Select a Restore Point page, only today's date is highlighted. There are no restore points.

 

I checked System properties and System Restore is not turned off.

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Hmm .. it's not going smoothly. I need to look at the files that you currently have in the C;\Windows\Fonts folder.

 

Please go to Start > Run - copy/paste the following command & click OK

 

cmd /c dir /a/b %windir%\fonts >Log.txt&&Log.txt&&del Log.txt

 

It shall produce a log for you to post back here

 

 

Question - Do you have access to another Windows XP SP2 machine?

Edited by sUBs

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In about 8 hours I can have access to another such machine.

 

Here's the log:

 

app932.fon

app936.fon

app949.fon

app950.fon

batang.ttc

c8514fix.fon

c8514oem.fon

c8514sys.fon

cga40woa.fon

cga80woa.fon

coure.fon

courf.fon

cvgafix.fon

cvgasys.fon

ega40woa.fon

ega80woa.fon

gulim.ttc

h8514fix.fon

h8514oem.fon

h8514sys.fon

hvgafix.fon

hvgasys.fon

j8514fix.fon

j8514oem.fon

j8514sys.fon

jsmalle.fon

jsmallf.fon

jvgafix.fon

jvgasys.fon

mingliu.ttc

msgothic.ttc

msmincho.ttc

s8514fix.fon

s8514oem.fon

s8514sys.fon

serife.fon

seriff.fon

simsun.ttc

smalle.fon

smallf.fon

sserife.fon

sseriff.fon

svgafix.fon

svgasys.fon

vga932.fon

vga936.fon

vga949.fon

vga950.fon

vgaoem.fon

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I counted the number of fonts you have. 49 is a bit sparse.

On a freshly installed machine, the number is at least 200 (gets more as we install lingual programs).

 

I'm going to try to repopulate your fonts cache by extracting them from the Windows CD.

Please insert your CD into the CDROM.

Then tell me the drive letter of your CDROM

Also verify if this folder's location is correct. - < driver letter of your CDROM>\I386

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There is no folder named Fonts in E:/i386. There are a few files beginning with font* but not a folder.

LOL ...I only wanted to find out if E:\I386 exist.

 

Open NOTEPAD.exe and copy/paste the text in the quotebox below into it:

 

@echo off
pushd E:\I386\
For /f "tokens=*" %%g in (' vfind -tf *.tt_ *.fo_ ') do @expand -r "%%g" %windir%\fonts\
popd 
dir /a/b "%windir%\fonts\" > Fonts_log.txt
Start Notepad Fonts_log.txt

Save this as font.bat Choose to "Save type as - All Files"

It should look like this: Posted Image

Double click on font.bat & allow it to run

 

Post back to tell me what it says.

 

If all goes well, you should now have a few hundred fonts files in your \Windows\Fonts folder.

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8514fix.fon

8514fixe.fon

8514fixg.fon

8514fixr.fon

8514fixt.fon

8514oem.fon

8514oeme.fon

8514oemg.fon

8514oemr.fon

8514oemt.fon

8514sys.fon

8514syse.fon

8514sysg.fon

8514sysr.fon

8514syst.fon

85775.fon

85855.fon

85f1255.fon

85f1256.fon

85f1257.fon

85f874.fon

85s1255.fon

85s1256.fon

85s1257.fon

85s874.fon

ahronbd.ttf

andlso.ttf

angsa.ttf

angsab.ttf

angsai.ttf

angsau.ttf

angsaub.ttf

angsaui.ttf

angsauz.ttf

angsaz.ttf

app775.fon

app850.fon

app852.fon

app855.fon

app857.fon

app866.fon

app932.fon

app936.fon

app949.fon

app950.fon

arial.ttf

arialbd.ttf

arialbi.ttf

ariali.ttf

ariblk.ttf

artrbdo.ttf

artro.ttf

batang.ttc

browa.ttf

browab.ttf

browai.ttf

browau.ttf

browaub.ttf

browaui.ttf

browauz.ttf

browaz.ttf

c8514fix.fon

c8514oem.fon

c8514sys.fon

cga40737.fon

cga40850.fon

cga40852.fon

cga40857.fon

cga40866.fon

cga40869.fon

cga40woa.fon

cga80737.fon

cga80850.fon

cga80852.fon

cga80857.fon

cga80866.fon

cga80869.fon

cga80woa.fon

comic.ttf

comicbd.ttf

cordia.ttf

cordiab.ttf

cordiai.ttf

cordiau.ttf

cordiaub.ttf

cordiaui.ttf

cordiauz.ttf

cordiaz.ttf

coue1255.fon

coue1256.fon

coue1257.fon

couf1255.fon

couf1256.fon

couf1257.fon

cour.ttf

courbd.ttf

courbi.ttf

coure.fon

couree.fon

coureg.fon

courer.fon

couret.fon

courf.fon

courfe.fon

courfg.fon

courfr.fon

courft.fon

couri.ttf

cvgafix.fon

cvgasys.fon

david.ttf

davidbd.ttf

davidtr.ttf

dos737.fon

dos869.fon

dosapp.fon

ega40737.fon

ega40850.fon

ega40852.fon

ega40857.fon

ega40866.fon

ega40869.fon

ega40woa.fon

ega80737.fon

ega80850.fon

ega80852.fon

ega80857.fon

ega80866.fon

ega80869.fon

ega80woa.fon

estre.ttf

framd.ttf

framdit.ttf

frank.ttf

gautami.ttf

georgia.ttf

georgiab.ttf

georgiai.ttf

georgiaz.ttf

gulim.ttc

h8514fix.fon

h8514oem.fon

h8514sys.fon

hvgafix.fon

hvgasys.fon

impact.ttf

j8514fix.fon

j8514oem.fon

j8514sys.fon

jsmalle.fon

jsmallf.fon

jvgafix.fon

jvgasys.fon

latha.ttf

lucon.ttf

lvnm.ttf

lvnmbd.ttf

l_10646.ttf

mangal.ttf

marlett.ttf

micross.ttf

mingliu.ttc

modern.fon

mriam.ttf

mriamc.ttf

mriamfx.ttf

mriamtr.ttf

msdlg874.fon

msgothic.ttc

msmincho.ttc

mvboli.ttf

nrkis.ttf

pala.ttf

palab.ttf

palabi.ttf

palai.ttf

raavi.ttf

rod.ttf

rodtr.ttf

roman.fon

s8514fix.fon

s8514oem.fon

s8514sys.fon

script.fon

sere1255.fon

sere1256.fon

sere1257.fon

serf1255.fon

serf1256.fon

serf1257.fon

serife.fon

serifee.fon

serifeg.fon

serifer.fon

serifet.fon

seriff.fon

seriffe.fon

seriffg.fon

seriffr.fon

serifft.fon

shruti.ttf

simpbdo.ttf

simpfxo.ttf

simpo.ttf

simsun.ttc

smae1255.fon

smae1256.fon

smae1257.fon

smaf1255.fon

smaf1256.fon

smaf1257.fon

smalle.fon

smallee.fon

smalleg.fon

smaller.fon

smallet.fon

smallf.fon

smallfe.fon

smallfg.fon

smallfr.fon

smallft.fon

ssee1255.fon

ssee1256.fon

ssee1257.fon

ssee874.fon

ssef1255.fon

ssef1256.fon

ssef1257.fon

ssef874.fon

sserife.fon

sserifee.fon

sserifeg.fon

sserifer.fon

sserifet.fon

sseriff.fon

sseriffe.fon

sseriffg.fon

sseriffr.fon

sserifft.fon

svgafix.fon

svgasys.fon

sylfaen.ttf

symbol.ttf

symbole.fon

symbolf.fon

tahoma.ttf

tahomabd.ttf

times.ttf

timesbd.ttf

timesbi.ttf

timesi.ttf

tradbdo.ttf

trado.ttf

trebuc.ttf

trebucbd.ttf

trebucbi.ttf

trebucit.ttf

tunga.ttf

upcdb.ttf

upcdbi.ttf

upcdi.ttf

upcdl.ttf

upceb.ttf

upcebi.ttf

upcei.ttf

upcel.ttf

upcfb.ttf

upcfbi.ttf

upcfi.ttf

upcfl.ttf

upcib.ttf

upcibi.ttf

upcii.ttf

upcil.ttf

upcjb.ttf

upcjbi.ttf

upcji.ttf

upcjl.ttf

upckb.ttf

upckbi.ttf

upcki.ttf

upckl.ttf

upclb.ttf

upclbi.ttf

upcli.ttf

upcll.ttf

verdana.ttf

verdanab.ttf

verdanai.ttf

verdanaz.ttf

vga737.fon

vga775.fon

vga850.fon

vga852.fon

vga855.fon

vga857.fon

vga860.fon

vga861.fon

vga863.fon

vga865.fon

vga866.fon

vga869.fon

vga932.fon

vga936.fon

vga949.fon

vga950.fon

vgaf1255.fon

vgaf1256.fon

vgaf1257.fon

vgaf874.fon

vgafix.fon

vgafixe.fon

vgafixg.fon

vgafixr.fon

vgafixt.fon

vgaoem.fon

vgas1255.fon

vgas1256.fon

vgas1257.fon

vgas874.fon

vgasys.fon

vgasyse.fon

vgasysg.fon

vgasysr.fon

vgasyst.fon

webdings.ttf

wingding.ttf

wst_czec.fon

wst_engl.fon

wst_fren.fon

wst_germ.fon

wst_ital.fon

wst_span.fon

wst_swed.fon

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Well, Halle-freakin-lujah!!!

 

My Korean is back and the rest looks normal again, too.

 

Damn, you're good! Thanks a million and a half.

 

Is there anything else I should do, or that you want to know?

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Is there anything else I should do, or that you want to know?

Use the machine for the next few hours. Throw in a couple of reboots in between. Then come back & tell us how the machine is coping

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That'll have to wait a bit as I am getting ready to go to bed but I will let you know as soon as I've used it for a fe more hours.

 

I do have a question, though. Why are no system restore points being set? That sounds like something I'd want to have.

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Don't worry about System Restore points just yet.

 

Check it again tomorrow. Theres should be one created by then. If not so, please let me know

 

*HeHe ... I can always lend you one of mine. :)

Edited by sUBs

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