You've already got a discussion going about your font issue. Please continue it there so that we don't try to chase the same issue in two separate threads.
As for the "No disk in drive E" issue, this is related to a corrupt effect.
Turn on Show All Files in your Folder properties, and then go to C:/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Premiere Elements 13/Plugins/Common/NewBlue and delete the OldFilm.AEX file (or rename it OldFilm.OLD), then restart the program.
Nevermind, I turned on show hidden files and I deleted the OldFilm file...but It didn't work
You're saying that after you restarted your computer, the program still gave you a "no disk in drive E" message?