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Fonts issue, why do my fonts always turn off ?

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A couple of months ago I accidentally deleted all my fonts trying to orgaise them all into one folder so I had to reinstall the operating system. Since then my fonts turn off when I shut off my computer and I have to manually turn enable them all once I boot up. Csan anyone advice me on how to sort this out?
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