We have many English Windows 7 Ultimate x 64 bits SP1 systems supports by this shop in California. These systems are in
many different floors and many different departments - many are in marketing and administration doing business with Asian companies.
Sometimes, these systems booted up unable to display the file names with double byte Asian characters, instead, showing squares.
We open the hard drive showing file names and some with double-byte Asian characters.
This re-occurring random problem persists. Often, after reboot, this problem will go away. But sometimes, it keep occurring.
Thanks Niki. We do not know which category this problem should be asked? Be it in Windows 7 User Interface or Windows 7 Installation, Setup and Deployment? Please advice?
This has became major issue for many users in both coast that our four shops support. We found numerous complain after we roll out Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Service Pack 1.
Randomly after system boot, double byte Asian characters shown as square in file names, title bars, dialog boxes, on most Microsoft products - drive folder file names, IE 9, Chrome browser 17, Safari 7. Only exception are Outlook 2007 email titles, and FireFox
10 bookmark shows double byte characters without any problem.
Other problems, for example are: Adobe Acrobat Reader crash reading pdf files. Trend Micro Titanium deleting files during fold transfer between flash stick and hard drive. Disk Defragmenter stopped executing. But we have to deal with those less critical
problems one at a time.
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