|23 Aug 2010||#1|
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How to "cd" to a dir with cyrillic/russian folder name?
I have an english Windows 7 Home Premium.
On my system I have a sub-sub-dir with cyrillic folder name.
How can I change into this folder in CommandPrompt?
When I copy the full path from WinExplorer and type/paste it in CommandPrompt like:
then this is not possible because the cyrillic chars are replaced by "?" and CommandPrompt Windows 7 does not recognize the folder.
How else can I get into such a folder?
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