Older versions of Windows, sometimes erroneously, reports that a font file may be damaged when there are too many fonts installed on your system. We recommend you do not exceed 400 fonts in your Font folder at any time. Delete any unused fonts and then reinstall the ones that you do want.
When I try to install one of your fonts on my computer, I get an error saying that the Font file is damaged and to contact the vendor. How do I get fonts that are not damaged? (KB021009)
Modified on: Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 11:04 AM
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