Dave \Crash\ Dummy
I just tried Chris H. method with a single font, and it worked. I did itWolf said:Today, I tried the method given by Chris H (first post on the
referenced page). Worked.
However, on a whim, I decided to give SYSTEM full control as well,
before shutting down and starting in Safe Mode w/ Command prompt. So
there were two new Owners of the font file: MyUserName and SYSTEM.
Since some people report the method did not work for them, it may be
that giving SYSTEM full control is necessary.
When I cd'd to \windows\fonts, I then did "dir x*", where x is the
initial of the font I wanted to delete. That way I could be sure of
spelling its filename correctly when I did "del fontname.ttf".
I discovered that when two or more fonts form a "family", you see
either a *.ttc file, or a group of fontname.ttf files.
exactly as prescribed. I didn't make SYSTEM and owner or change SYSTEM
permissions. After some planning and preparation, I'll try to get rid of
ALL the junk fonts!
BTW, here is a list I made of the font filenames, all 438 of them, from
8514fix.fon to wingding.ttf.