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Unicode issue with Boot Camp XP

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My Boot Camp XP is running perfectly fine. However, I have a piece of software that has a process which involves renaming files, and this renaming now results in some weird file names (the software does not do this when running a "regular" Win XP). The support for the software told me to try changing the unicode setting (to UTF-8) - how do I go about this? Thanks!
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