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27-Aug-2004, 12:10 PM #1
Angry Font Capture???
Everyonce in awhile, my computer will say a program is not responding and I stop that program, but then the middle block of my screen is covered up by whatever had been opened on top of it. I can open other programs, but they will get stuck on the spot too. I have been restarting my computer to get rid of the spot, but then it says Program not Responding--Font Capture. Does this have to do with the freeze box in the center of my computer? Please's so annoying!
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27-Aug-2004, 12:19 PM #2
Do you have Adobe Acrobat installed on your system?
This error has happened before, possibly due to some conflict between Acrobat and Adaware (possibly Adaware Plus). If that's the case, try disabling Adaware, rebooting and see if the problem persists.

A newer version of Acrobat may also help.
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05-Nov-2004, 12:38 PM #3
I finally tried deleting my adaware and re-downloading my adobe acrobat. I tried opening a file using the acrobat reader, and the program did not respond, and the font capture thing happened again. Do you have any other suggestions about how to fix this? Could SpyBot be a conflicting program as well?
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