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Well, a Quick google search got me nowhere, so here I am.

Im on my girlfriends laptop right now, and task manager is not displaying properly.
This has her far more worried than me, but what can I do.

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Any ideas on how to fix this?
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By the placement of the shield icon on the button, it looks like it hasn't even tried to load the text. Perhaps it is a fonts issue for that program? Worst case scenario, try a system restore and see if that changes anything.
    
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I hate to call the obvious, but did you try a reboot?
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I hate to call the obvious, but did you try a reboot?

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By the placement of the shield icon on the button, it looks like it hasn't even tried to load the text. Perhaps it is a fonts issue for that program? Worst case scenario, try a system restore and see if that changes anything.

That had occurred to me.
Any way to resolve it short of a restore?

Would the fact that we had it hooked up to a 1024 x 1280 external display for a while and it didnt like that much have anything to do with this?
Or is that unrelated Intel HD 2000 drivers sucking?

EDIT:
Most definitely a fonts issue.
Anything using a Windows Native installer or showing up in a window with generated fonts is missing text as well.
The Intel Graphics Driver updater is missing text.

Looks like unless there is an alternative, ill have to do a system restore.
The woman shall not be pleased... redface.gif
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Tried running sfc /scannow?
    
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