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My Hp omnibook xe3 laptop pentium III is having \WINDOW\SYSTEM\vgaoem.fon problem how do i repair it it says i should select r i wont just repair.

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  • albertcypres Sep 09, 2008

    yes

  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

    I get the windows\system\vgaoem.fon is corrupt or missing. Please put restore disk in but thats as far as i can get.

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HP OMNI Book get error message of physical memory dump, screen goes blank. What is the problem? & How do i repair this...

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WINDOW\SYSTEM\vgaoem.fon problem how do i repair it it says i should select r i wont just repair.

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