When I open Cyrilic Subtitles with Notepad, it shows me just strange symbols, It's the same when I try to watch the movie with those Subtitles. It's not from the subs, I'm sure. When I open them with Word, they display normally. Why is this happening?
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It sounds like your files are encrypted (for some strange reason). You will need to figure out how to un-encrypt or disable encryption on the troublesome drive. It might help further if you stated what OS's are on the computers involved.
Chatted with a Sony tech who told me to do the following which worked for me:
Log into the computer as the Administrator. On the computer, browse to the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc folder. In the etc folder, open the hosts file using the Notepad software. At the bottom of the hosts-Notepad window, delete ::1 local host line from the file. If there is a # symbol before the 127.0.0.1 IP address, delete the # symbol. On the hosts-Notepad menu bar, click File. In the File drop-down menu, click Save. Close the hosts-Notepad window. Next, try to open the Bloggie Software on the Computer.
If the scanner is connected through USB connection, the barcode should appear in the Notepad. If you use the Serial connection RS232, the Barcode data are showed than in Hyperterminal or other application, which is interpreting data from Serial Port.
Please scan the barcode from Product Guide according to your connection. And check the scanned data in an application - Notepad for Keyboard Wedge or USB, Hyperterminal for RS232.
The same thing happened to me, and here is what I found in an online user manual (but not the one delivered with my watch).
Switching the Backlight On
Press the Light button and the display is illuminated for a few seconds.
After you have illuminated the display once while exercising night mode symbol (MY WORDS HERE : the "eye symbol") appears in the display. The display automatically illuminates each time you press any button or bring the wrist unit near the Polar logo on the transmitter, until you stop recording the exercise.
look in the menu and try to change the encoding, There should be 3 options, Unicode, Cyrilic & Greek. Select greek if the .sub or .srt file is in ANSI encoding, or select Unicode if the file is in UTF-8 or Unicode encoding.
To find out the encoding of an .srt file the simpliest thing to do is open them with notepad and got to "File" -> "Save as", The encoding should appear in the bottom of the dialog.