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Old 4th March 2021, 09:52   #12
ariszlo
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My guess is that it might be related to what filesystem you have on which drive.

Windows uses UTF-16 encoding on NTFS volumes and legacy codepage encoding on FAT32 volumes. Chances are that your C drive is formatted for NTFS (the filesystem preferred by Windows 10) and your other drives are formatted for FAT32.

What happens if you format a usb stick for NTFS, copy the file with the Æ in its filename on it and then try to play the file with Winamp?

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