When I view a DVI document the text appears green on my screen or PCTeX32 tells me "... Font is missing or corrupted ...". Furthermore, equations aren't recognizable and ligatures (such as 'fi', 'ffi') show up strangely.
Green characters, and the "Font is missing or corrupted message" signify that the correct font is erroneously loaded on your system. Since the appropriate TeX font is not available, PCTeX will substitute an existing font (typically Times New Roman). Since this substitute font is not what is expected, the resulting output appears flawed.
You should correct this condition in one of two ways:
DO THE FOLLOWING ONLY IF THE ABOVE HAS NOT RESOLVED THE PROBLEM:
PCTeX version 3.x: Since this version uses dynamic font loading, the fonts are not permanently installed in Windows. Font substitution could result if the dynamic font list (stored in the PCTEXW32.INI file) was lost or damaged. A backup of the vital section is stored in your installation directory as PCTEXW32.SAV. To repair your INI file: