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Windows can't handle any of these characters in file names, so you can't open or rename those files in Windows: \/:*?"<>|. Boot into Ubuntu and change the names before opening them in Windows.
It's probably because of different filesystems used. For example, Ubuntu uses ext4 by default, while USB drives generally use FAT32 and Windows uses NTFS. ext4 has some unallowed charcters: NUL (\0), / and the special file names . and .. (Wikipedia). The reason / is unallowed is because it's used for directories, and ext4 would probably get confused between ...
That loader before was not the Windows bootloader; it was the BIOS boot device selection. As soon as the computer turns on, start pressing Esc repeatedly, until the boot menu comes up.
It sounds like you have an WUBI install of Ubuntu 13.04. See the Wubi Guide for more information about WUBI. WUBI is not being developed and is not supported anymore. Therefore this is the best time for you to move from WUBI to full install. A full install of Ubuntu needs two partitions that Windows do not understand. (a) First, a root partition, also ...
Run these commands: VBoxManage list usbhost ## command 1 VBoxManage list vms ## command 2 With the information from these two commands, run the following: VBoxManage usbfilter add 0 -target <vmsnumber> -name <> -action hold -active yes -vendorid <0x0000> -productid <0x0000> replacing the <> items with their ...
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