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Old 5th November 2009, 10:10 AM
bjorntj Offline
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FAT: IO charset ISO-8859-1 not found?

Now suddenly when I try to mount my memory card, I get the following error:

FAT: IO charset ISO-8859-1 not found

Not sure if is an update that has broken something or not, but it is 2-3 days since I last tried and then it worked ok (and has been working as it should since I installed Fedora 11 about 3-4 months ago...)

How can I fix this?


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