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Windows.iso [unsupported] - JMV - 07-22-2020

Hello sir/s

I am newbie here and i want someone who can help my problem. On the interface on VENTOY it said this 
[unsupported] Windows64bit.iso and when i open it The name of the iso file could not contain space or non-ascii characters.
Could someone help me about this.. 

Thank you so much,
JMV


RE: Windows.iso [unsupported] - B.O.S.S - 07-22-2020

Error message tell you what is wrong but it also concerns path to iso. Just make sure path to iso does not contain space or non-ascii characters eg ISO\Windows.iso


RE: Windows.iso [unsupported] - JMV - 07-22-2020

(07-22-2020, 12:39 PM)B.O.S.S Wrote: Error message tell you what is wrong but it also concerns path to iso. Just make sure path to iso does not contain space or non-ascii characters eg ISO\Windows.iso

Thank you for response. Smile But do you have any example for this "iso does not contain space or non-ascii characters eg ISO\Windows.iso"?


RE: Windows.iso [unsupported] - renatofrota - 07-23-2020

(07-22-2020, 12:54 PM)JMV Wrote:
(07-22-2020, 12:39 PM)B.O.S.S Wrote: Error message tell you what is wrong but it also concerns path to iso. Just make sure path to iso does not contain space or non-ascii characters eg ISO\Windows.iso

Thank you for response. Smile But do you have any example for this "iso does not contain space or non-ascii characters eg ISO\Windows.iso"?

Folders and files can only contain letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), dash (-), underscores (_), ... no special chars, no spaces.

Ex:

D:\ventoy files\YourISOfile.iso (NOT OK - "ventoy files" folder name has space)

D:\ventoy\ISOs\Your ISO file.iso (NOT OK - "Your ISO file.iso" file name has space)

D:\ventoy\ISOs\YourISOfile.iso (OK)