Quote: Originally Posted by FliGi7
I'd suggest you both launch an elevated command prompt and run "sfc /scannow" to see if any corruptions in the system files are found.
Thanks, I tried this and it seemed the only "corruption" it found was with the theme manager dlls like uxtheme.dll because I had a custom theme and theme manager set up. I realized though, after thinking about it, that maybe that's what was causing the FNTCACHE.DAT corruptions anyway, so I've tried without the custom themes for a while and so far it hasn't happened again.
(although it's only been one day)
It could happen again, though. Previously this issue only happened every once in a while and restarting would fix it, but more recently it seemed to suddenly be permanent, unless I deleted the FNTCACHE.DAT file manually, or changed my locale which I believe does this anyway.
If it happens again, I'll reply this thread. Thanks again