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RE: Missing Type 1 Fonts


Absolutely yes! If the “image” was made from an installation of the
operating system that was messed up by installing ATM 4.0, even if
it was subsequently uninstalled before the “image” was made, or if the
“image” was made from a system that was not a clean OS install, you 
have inherited a corrupted system.

        - Dov

At 8/26/2003 06:40 PM, Lee, Ivan wrote:
>W-e-e-e-llllllll.  I did install ATM 4.1 - but only AFTER I couldn't get
>the font to work :-(  Call it "Desperation."
>Yes, verified that it was re-imaged and not upgraded.  It was NT, but
>not sure of the version.
>Could the "image" be corrupted?
>Ivan Lee 
>Senior Technical Writer 
>The opinions expressed here are that of my own and not of my employer.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dov Isaacs [mailto:isaacs@adobe.com] 
>Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2003 1:37 PM
>To: Lee, Ivan
>Cc: framers@frameusers.com; framers@omsys.com
>Subject: Re: Missing Type 1 Fonts
>The message about "not a valid font file" indicates that somehow the
>fonts did NOT install "ok" ... Yeah, isn't that obvious ... (8^)>
>Perchance, you didn't install ATM 4.0 on this system, did you?
>And when you indicate that the system HAD Windows NT (I assume NT 4)
>and that the disk was "re-imaged", are you sure of that?
>The problem you describe is symptomatic of either ATM 4.0 mistakenly
>being installed on a Windows 2000/XP system or of a Windows'9x/Me/NT 4
>system being "upgraded" in-place to Windows 2000/XP.
>        - Dov

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