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Question about Microsoft Language Bar code

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#1 Cheridum


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Posted 21 December 2008 - 06:28 AM

Hi guys,

I have a question on my mind for a long time and I cant seem to find an answer to it.

It's something about the language code in Language Bar.

I had been using the Japanese and Chinese (traditional and simplified) language in my file and I had saved the file name using these 2 languages. However, I always faced the same problem of these languages turning unintelligible when I copy the file to another to another platform (XP or Vista) with language bar of similar languages installed. Not only that, these problem also occurred to my back-up files (which I had not touched for a long time) where I stored in my portable hard disk.

Can anyone give me an answer to this problem and if so, provide me a solution to make my file 'universal' (readable)

Thank a million

Cheridum :thumbsup:

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