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Re: Lost font after installing new drive
Posted by: John Moran (ID *****2191) Date: November 23, 2003 at 01:52:03
In Reply to: Re: Lost font after installing new drive by John Moran of 11492

Glenda-
If you decide to reinstall UFT, please make a full *.sqz backup of your project(s) with all libraries first.

I am a little puzzled by UFT searching for the Courier New font on Win95, unless it is just a symptom of too many fonts, or if you have specifically chosen it in Page Setup, or if some other program has made a substitution of Courier New for Courier and this has ended up in Win.ini. Have you by any chance ever installed TMG 4?

There were some "extra" font table selection problems in early versions of UFT 2.x, so be sure you have downloaded and installed the UFT 2.8 patch.

Whether you have UFT 2.x or UFT 3.0, you will probably want to try to install UFT on your new computer eventually. The "faststart" patch installation problem for v2.x seems to have explained as an file attribute problem. The patch may need to be changed from "read only" to install correctly.

UFT 3.0 requires no "faststart" patch with XP computers, but does require the 3.1 upgrade. See other threads on this forum for URL's of sites that currently provide these patches.

Oh yes, hang onto that old C drive for a while for an extra backup.
Good luck,
John


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