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Error 1907 Unable to register Fonts

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Error 1907 Unable to register Fonts
Just got a new computer with Vista Premium, Trying to install Coral Draw 10 and it will go to about 95% and say unable to register fonts. Of course the only choice that will work is Abort. I have done the sfc/SCANNOW and it does find corrupt files. Not sure how to fix them and what to do next.
I have seen where others have had this same error 1907. Can anyone help?
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G'Day, If you run sfc you must be sure to put gap between sfc&/ and you need an OS disc to run at the same time.
SFC uses files on disc to rewrite corrupt files. btw. run in Command prompt as administrator
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Thanks for the reply Miykle,
It says that windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix them. How do I get it to fix them. I put the OS disk in before I ran the sfc. since this is a new computer and there are no files on it I guess I could just reload the OS. Think that will work? I'm signed in as the administrator.
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G'Day again, good chance something went skewwiff when the OS Loaded, a reload might be the shot, Vista doesn't overwrite the old OS it saves it to a file which is quite large, I just delete it, be a good idea to partition your HDD when you have the OS reloaded that way if the OS crashes you don't loose your files, I have 2 partitions on mine 1 for files and 1 for programs, Easus Patition manager is a good one
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