You said you deleted only MS fonts at first. Since you now only left System fonts, run Font Finagler, it could still be a font in the font caches somewhere. How many fonts are listed in System/Library/Fonts?
Can you launch anything MS in Safe Boot mode to see if it is a third party item or font.
Open the Terminal (located in Applications/Utilities) Type: sudo update_prebinding -root / -force and press Return. When prompted for a password, enter your admin password, you won't be able to see characters being typed, and press Return again. The process is complete when the Terminal returns to a normal prompt. Type exit and press Return.
No security updates or Safari install were made in the last 20 days, so I don't think that was the issue. Only thing it could be - because it's browser-related - is that I was trying some browsers to see which one is best for my PPC. Maybe some of them made that, I don't know...
Anyway, already archived/installed and everything works just fine now. It was easier and faster than I thought, only thing is that I have to re-do some configs but that's minor. Thanks for the help.
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