The following scenario (happened on Windows 7 64 bit):
<Lars_> Set Disk A as DIRASDISK to a EMPTY DIR
<Lars_> Set Disk B with this DSK (BCF 3) -> http://www.msx.org/download/downloads/diskmags/bcf/bcf3.zip
<Lars_> start to basic, and use the folowing command : COPY"B:." to "A:
result: "Fatal Error: MultiByteToWideChar failed: 1113"
I'm sure it was not convertible (those file names contain 0xC9 bytes in them), but it's a bit harsh to get a fatal error due to this.
(Note that on Linux it works fine and even the software (BCF DiskStation 3) still runs on that dir-as-disk copy.)
So, the question is: is there a better way to handle this?