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    Problem with characters á, é, í, ó, ú in an ISO file.

    Man... the solution that i found is to use other software for change and replace these unknown character for normal characters automatically... Thank you very much for your help!
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    Problem with characters á, é, í, ó, ú in an ISO file.

    Wao Friends! Yeah, I Love You! UDF was works well for this case. Thanks so much for yours answers! Now my question is: if i need to use ISO9660:1999 with the characters á, é, í, ó, ú, is this possible? Because ISO9660:1999 format was working very good when i maked an .iso file with the offline install files of Microsoft Visual Studio that have very longer names... so, i probably will need to use ISO9660:1999 again; for this reason i insist in this question. Thanks.
  3. Hello, I have searching for a solution to this problem but since I do not speak English, I do not understand and I can not find a solution. I want to create an data .iso image file with the system ISO9660:1999 and MODE1/2048, but when i compare the files from created .iso file with the original folder, i see that the files or folders with letters like á, é, í, ó, ú etc., these letters have changed. Is possible to create an data .iso file with this letters? how is the correct configuration for this? i need use ISO9660:1999 cause i have files, folders and subfolders with a excessive number of characters in his names and are not modifiable. Thank you very much for you help for my! ImgBurn.log
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