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imported session filenames and folders show in chinese

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or korean or japanese I am not too sure :)

in the folder view they show in english and windows sees them correctly too - only in the Compilation Window they show in chinese !!!

it happens both for discs I burned with cdburnerxp and for discs I burned with other programs - dvd discs that is (4.7 Gib)

???

PS I use v4.2.6.1706

PS2 Thanks for this program :firefox::wink:

PS3 Same behavior in safe mode

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Thanks for the prompt reply !!!! :)

A new multisession dvd I burned with CDBurnerXP looks OK but the ones I had burned with nero look like the screenshot - I restarted the PC, the drive, CDBurnerXP etc but nothing happened.

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These discs were burned with nero (8 or 9) with the most unrestricted file system choices (ISO9660:1999 + "Allow more than 255 characters in path" if my memory serves - I don't have nero anymore so I can't check it right now, nor post a screen shot). So probably CDburnerXP can't read that particular file system (the way nero implements it) ???

edit : voici the file system options I burn with in nero

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A detail that might be relevant is that I have enabled foreign languages from Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Languages tab > Supplemental language support > ticked both boxes (Install Thai and East Asian Languages)

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A detail that might be relevant is that I have enabled foreign languages from Control Panel > Regional and Language Options > Languages tab > Supplemental language support > ticked both boxes (Install Thai and East Asian Languages)

On a formatted machine with no Supplemental language support it just shows the little boxes Win shows for east asian chars when those fonts are not installed

XP SP3 PRO, fully updated

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These discs were burned with nero (8 or 9) with the most unrestricted file system choices (ISO9660:1999 + "Allow more than 255 characters in path" if my memory serves - I don't have nero anymore so I can't check it right now, nor post a screen shot). So probably CDburnerXP can't read that particular file system (the way nero implements it) ???

edit : voici the file system options I burn with in nero

I have the same problem in Windows 7 32bit

any idea when it will be fixed? What is the status? Thanks in advance!

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